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How Can Dental Surgery Correct Facial Injury?


Posted on 12/1/2023 by Weo Admin
A man in dental chair ready for oral surgeryContrary to popular opinion, dental surgery involves more than just tooth implants and extractions. Dental surgeries can also help repair any damage that facial injuries may cause. Any physical injury to the face can be a very serious issue that will probably require surgery. Facial injuries may affect critical functions, such as breathing or the ability to see. However, dental surgery can help restore these functions.

Types of Facial Injuries That Dental Surgery Can Repair


As stated earlier, an oral surgeon will perform dental surgery to repair the damage caused by facial injury. Some of these injuries include:

Jaw Injury

One of the most common facial injuries is jaw fractures. Jaw fractures occur during an accident, causing a fracture on either the upper or the lower jaw. An oral surgeon will perform surgery to correct the alignment of the jaw and stabilize it.

Nasal Fracture

Any form of intensive force to the face commonly causes a fracture of the nose. A nose fracture may require surgery, although this is not always the case. However, if you are having trouble breathing or if your nose is crooked, then you will require dental surgery to fix it.

Injured Teeth

Blunt force trauma to the face can also result in either loose or missing teeth. If you lose your teeth, then you will probably require dental surgery to replace the missing teeth. Dental implant surgery is a great treatment option for people with missing teeth.

Soft Tissue Injuries

Soft tissue injuries are cuts that occur inside your mouth or on your face. To correct these injuries, your oral surgeon will conduct surgery by stitching the cuts. Thereafter, the surgeon will inspect the area to ensure that there is no further damage.

Dental surgery can help you fix facial injuries and restore the functions of your bones and tissues. Thus, if you have experienced any kind of facial trauma, it is best to consult with an oral surgeon immediately to avoid any further damage. The surgeon will guide you on the best treatment option and the specifics of your surgery.


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