Moebius Syndrome is suggested to have congenital hypoplasia or agenesis of the 6th and 7th cranial nerve nuclei as its underlying problem. It is characterized by facial paralysis, the impossibility to move the eyes horizontally and often by esotropia. Affected babies may show the inability to smile and suck. Genetic mutations, possible ischemic problems, prenatal hypoxia, or traumas have been associated. Therapy involves frequent lubrication to combat dry eye and for corneal protection. Surgical correction of strabismus is also involved.