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Facial Trauma

Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform reconstructive surgery to restore your facial features after an injury to the teeth, jaws, or facial bones. We treat most types of facial injuries, from minor cuts and lacerations to facial fractures.

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Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are specially trained to diagnose and treat a wide variety of facial trauma injuries, such as lacerations, avulsed teeth, and broken or fractured bones. You can learn about the available treatments and the patient experience in our office by watching the stories below.

Facial Trauma

Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform reconstructive surgery to restore your facial features after an injury to the teeth, jaws, or facial bones. At Park Cities Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates in Dallas, TX, we treat most types of facial injuries, from minor cuts and lacerations to facial fractures. It is important to contact our office as quickly as possible after experiencing a facial trauma; we understand the urgency of facial injuries and will typically see you the day you call.

Patients who experience facial injuries tend to suffer both physical and emotional trauma, which is why our staff strives to create a welcoming environment and provide compassionate care. We want to make sure you have a positive experience and are happy with your surgical results.

Types of Facial Injuries

Car accidents, sports injuries, work-related accidents, or physical altercations are all common causes of facial trauma injuries. We treat the following types of facial injuries in our office.

Dental Injuries

Dentists usually repair chipped teeth and other minor dental injuries; however, oral surgeons are more equipped to address avulsed (knocked-out) teeth and damaged teeth beneath the surface of the gums. If we are unable to replace your knocked-out teeth, dental implants are an excellent choice for replacement.

Facial Cuts and Lacerations

Sutures or surgical stitches are the most common treatment for oral cuts or lacerations. Sutures are beneficial because they produce minimal scarring, and our oral surgeons are still able to examine the mouth for further complications.

Bone Injuries

When you injure a bone in any other part of your body, doctors use a cast to set and repair the bone. However, casts cannot treat facial bones; instead, our oral surgeons use screws, plates, wires, and other surgical tools to realign the damaged or misplaced bones. Common bone injuries treated by our oral surgeons include fractured jaws and damaged cheekbones or eye sockets.

Facial Trauma in Dallas, TX

Drs. Phillips and Ray have years of training in emergency care and reconstructive surgery. They're highly qualified to treat all oral and facial conditions, including complex facial trauma injuries. They will restore your function while also maintaining your appearance and minimizing scarring. If you suffer a facial trauma, please contact our office in Dallas, TX, immediately for treatment.