Facial Trauma

What is Facial Trauma?

Facial trauma can occur for a variety of reasons and can prevent your mouth and jaw from functioning properly. Whether you’ve been involved in an accident or suffered some other type of trauma, our goal is to help provide the treatment necessary to correct these problems using state-of-the-art surgical techniques. We begin with a consultation to help in determining which treatment options are right for you.

Why is treatment of Facial Trauma necessary?

Many cases of facial trauma can affect the way that you eat, speak and chew. In some instances, the trauma may prevent you from opening or closing your mouth fully and create problems in your day-to-day life. Treatment not only improves functioning of the face, mouth and jaw, but improves the quality of your life. Treatment is specific to each individual patient and can be discussed during your consultation appointment.

What makes you a good candidate for treatment of Facial Trauma?

Facial trauma may be mild to moderate or severe. Regardless of the type of facial trauma experienced, we are able to provide treatment to you in a way that benefits your health. The majority of patients who have recently experienced facial trauma of any kind can and should come in for treatment as soon as feasibly possible. By starting the treatment that is needed, you will find that this benefits your confidence and your lifestyle.

What happens during treatment for Facial Trauma?

Each patient will have different treatment needs than another person. To determine what best suits your needs, you will come in for a consultation and examination. We will take x-rays and other images of your mouth, jaw and face to determine the extent of the damage and to decipher what type of work is needed. We can work with you when it’s most convenient and schedule appointments when you are able to come in for them. Our goal is to provide you with trauma treatment options that work for you and provide you with a smile that you can feel confident in showing off.

If you have recently suffered facial trauma and would like to come in for an appointment, call us today and one of our helpful staff members will be happy to assist you.