Facial Trauma: Things Your Oral Surgeon Wants You To Know

When you learn that our Rohnert Park, CA practice offers just about everything under the sun including comprehensive care for facial trauma, you may find yourself wondering: What does this mean? Does your existing concern qualify or is it too mild (or perhaps, too severe) for treatment by our oral and maxillofacial surgeons? Fortunately, we are pleased to remind you that there aren’t any particular limits that we set when helping our patients. Take some time to discover more about how we might be able to help you and make your smile and surrounding tissues healthy again.

It Could Be For Something Minor

Of course, dealing with something like a tooth that has been knocked out of place (maybe from a sporting event you participated in or some unexpected accident) doesn’t seem minor. That is, until you realize that facial trauma care is also for issues that are often quite serious and complex, such as intraoral fractures. As a result, you suddenly go from thinking your concern is huge to wondering if heading in to our oral surgery practice the wrong choice. It isn’t! Remember that we’re not grading your smile problem or qualifying it based on severity. A tooth that has been dislodged can lead to serious complications for your oral health. Remember, when you need help, don’t waste time asking yourself if your need is big enough. Just call!

As Mentioned, We Are Here For Everything

Dealing with severe facial trauma, such as a jawbone that’s damaged or a bone in your face that has been injured, is something that can cause patients not only emotional strife but the added challenge of trying to figure out how to make things better. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons remind you that the expertise, training, and experience our team offers for such trauma is specialized, so we are most certainly ready to help and to guide you toward results that are both supportive of your function and your beauty. Call our team soon, come in, and learn more about our doctors who also serve on the Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital’s Trauma Team.

See Our Team If You Require Care For Facial Trauma

When you need help with trauma to your mouth or face, we suggest you come in to learn about the many ways we can help. Schedule the time you need in Rohnert Park, CA by calling Santa Rosa and Rohnert Park Oral Surgery at 707-584-1630 to schedule your visit today.