@feruze-- It could be. Do you have any other symptoms aside from numbing, tingling, pins and needles? Have you spoken to a doctor about it?
There are so many possible causes of facial paresthesia that it's not possible to diagnose the problem without considering other symptoms, the person's general health and diagnostic testing.
For example, diabetes can cause facial paresthesia, but so can poisoning. It can also be due to injury or even accompanying symptoms of a migraine. So there is no way that anyone can diagnosed you from afar.