Restore Facial Function and Aesthetics
Facial trauma includes any sort of traumatic injury to the head, neck, mouth, or face. These types of injuries require attention from a skilled surgeon who specializes in evaluating and surgically correcting any problems. Oral surgeons receive this type of training during residency, and Dr. Koshgerian and Dr. Shelton are specially trained to treat cases involving facial trauma.
Types of Facial Trauma
Any type of injury that impacts your ability to speak, eat, or breathe properly requires treatment from an oral surgeon. This includes cases that are not life-threatening, such as aesthetic needs, in order to provide facial harmony and an improved appearance.
Types of facial trauma include:
- Fractured or broken facial bones.
- Avulsed (knocked-out) teeth.
- Facial lacerations.
- Intraoral lacerations.
- Injury to the eyes or sockets.
- Other facial deformities.
Treating Trauma is a Specialty of Ours
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please go to the nearest emergency room and receive immediate care from the oral surgery on call.
Treating facial trauma is a delicate process where your doctor will ensure your facial features heal properly. Every case is different, and our staff is here to help. Our patients are our top priority, and we understand the stress that can accompany a traumatic event.
Types of Anesthesia
The right anesthesia will depend on the complexity of your procedure and your level of anxiety.
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How Can We Help?
If you have questions, would like to learn more about a procedure, or wish to schedule an appointment, give us a call. Our board-certified surgeons and attentive team are here to help.