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Understanding Facial Trauma
The occurrence of facial trauma involves much more than the isolated injury to the face. Motor vehicle accidents, accidental falls, sports injuries, interpersonal violence, and work-related injuries are some of the most common reasons for facial trauma. Types of facial injuries can range from injuries to teeth to extremely severe injuries to the skin, bones of the face, and involve deeper structures such as nerves or salivary glands. Often the force of a trauma causing damage to one area of the facial tissues is enough to cause multiple injuries. Treating a patient after a trauma is a team approach. A facial injury is physically, mentally, and emotionally traumatizing to the patient and requires a surgeon that has experience and expert skill in dealing with facial trauma.
Oral surgeons are uniquely trained and qualified to comprehensively treat patients that suffer the full spectrum of facial traumatic injuries. Dr. Plevnia and Dr. Escalante, having trained in the U.S. Army, have extensive experience managing facial trauma. Dr. Plevnia and Dr. Escalante are both on staff at Littleton Adventist Hospital and provide on-call coverage for facial trauma including:
Types of Facial Trauma
Dr. Plevnia and Dr. Escalante are expertly trained in initial treatments of facial injuries as well as long term facial reconstruction.
Aspen Surgical Arts is led by highly trained, board certified surgeons who specialize in the most advanced methods for oral and facial surgery: Julia R. Plevnia DDS Daniel Escalante DMD and Jeremy R. Jannuzzi, DMD, MD
19700 E. Parker Sq. Dr.
Parker, CO 80134
Tel: (303) 840-2300
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