3 Types of Facial Trauma Injuries Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Can Treat
Traumatic facial injuries can take a serious toll on anyone’s life. It not only affects the quality of life for the patient but also can create major mental trauma. And that will need a long-term process of treatment, surgery, and rehabilitation both physically and mentally. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are uniquely trained and well-versed in this kind of treatment.
Rolle Oral and Facial Surgery is the place where you can find the best treatment and rehabilitation for patients for facial injury and trauma. Dr. Rolle is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who can treat these following types of facial injuries. Take a look.
Soft Tissues Injury in Maxillofacial Region
Soft tissue injury or laceration on the face will need to be treated with sutures. For that, the surgeon needs to take care of facial nerves, salivary glands, and salivary ducts. At the same time, the suturing should yield the best cosmetic result possible with minimum visible scarring. Dr. Richard Rolle JR. is a specialist in offering this treatment.
Bone Injuries in Maxillofacial Region
Facial trauma can often cause bone injuries in the jaw and other maxillofacial regions. This can create a problem for the patient in terms of functionality of the mouth, the appearance of the face, along with extreme discomfort and pain. And that is why we offer complete 3D imaging and necessary maxillofacial surgical procedures that ensure complete recovery.
Injuries in Teeth and Dental Structure
Due to trauma, the patient can suffer from dental injuries that will need treating fractured supporting bones, and replanting teeth. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are trained for this kind of complex procedure too.
So, if you or your loved one has been through an accident that has caused facial trauma injury, you need to consult Dr. Rolle immediately. For more details, visit rolleoralfacialsurgery.com or call at 704-892-9500 now.
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