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Oral Surgery Solutions for Facial Trauma

Posted on 4/1/2024 by Weo Admin
A man in dental chair ready for oral surgeryFor quick and complete recovery after facial damage, it is critical to seek early, specialized care. Providing thorough treatments for facial trauma and other facial injuries is the primary goal of our oral and maxillofacial surgeons.

Oral surgery and surgical procedures come in a variety of forms. We are dedicated to our unique approach, which focuses on individual attention and care. Every one of our skilled physicians and staff members strives to ease your worries, respond to any inquiries you may have, and treat each patient like a family member.

What Is Facial Trauma?

Facial trauma encompasses a wide range of facial injuries, frequently involving soft tissues, bones, and teeth. These injuries can result from a variety of situations, including falls, sports-related accidents, interpersonal violence, and more. Facial trauma can range in severity from little scratches and bruises to complex fractures and dental damage.

Oral Surgery Therapies for Facial Trauma

Treating facial trauma is a significant responsibility of oral and maxillofacial surgeons. With their specialized training, oral surgeons can treat a variety of conditions, such as:

Facial Lacerations: Professional suturing and wound management are necessary to reduce scarring.

Intraoral Lacerations: Accurate treatment is needed for wounds sustained inside the mouth.

Avulsed Teeth: Teeth that have been avulsed or knocked out should be saved or replaced immediately.

Fractured Facial Bones: A comprehensive approach is necessary for the treatment of broken cheek, nose, or eye socket bones.

Fractured Jaws: Upper and lower jaw fractures can be treated using specialized techniques.

Facial Trauma Symptoms

To seek prompt help, it is vital to recognize the symptoms of face trauma. Consultation with oral surgery experts is advised as soon as possible if you or someone you know goes through any of the following after an accident or altercation: Bruising and swelling, pain or tenderness, mouth opening and closing difficulties, teeth that are broken or missing, and facial appearance changes.

Do Not Wait to Seek Help

Contact our office right away if you suspect a facial injury. You can count on our oral surgery staff to provide the best care, empathy, and understanding.

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