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Facial Trauma

Facial trauma injuries include jaw or facial bone fractures, broken or avulsed teeth (or other dental injuries), and facial cuts. An oral surgeon is the most qualified professional to treat facial trauma injuries.

Facial Trauma

As experienced and skilled oral and maxillofacial surgeons with years of special training in the management and treatment of facial trauma, you are in excellent hands with Drs. Friedman, Schulhof, and Montazem. Our surgeons have had years of experience in hospitals and emergency rooms repairing and healing every type of facial trauma injury with the least amount of visible scarring.

Facial trauma is always stressful, and we will do everything in our power to see you in our office as quickly as possible in the event of a facial injury. Some of the facial traumas we commonly see in our practice involve lacerations to the soft tissues of the skin and gums, factures of the facial bones, and injuries to regions such as the eyes, facial nerves, or the salivary glands, as well as dental injuries.

Common facial injuries include

We understand that when facial injuries occur, our patients require a lot of reassurance and guidance — we are experts at providing calm care in stressful situations. Rest assured, no matter what type of injury you have, we offer the very best treatments to restore your oral function and facial aesthetics. Drs. Friedman, Schulhof, and Montazem will spend time with you to carefully evaluate your injury and the ideal course of treatment for you will be recommended and implemented expertly by our caring team.

How to handle a tooth that has been knocked out:

Facial Trauma Treatment in Teaneck, NJ

Long-term healing and good aesthetic results after a facial injury require the very best of care. Our surgeons are trained to manage and treat facial trauma of all types with minimal scarring for the finest results. We encourage you to call North Jersey Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery as soon as possible after a facial injury at (201) 692-7737 for immediate treatment. For severe injuries and injuries that occur after hours, please go to the emergency room where there will be an experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeon on call to treat you. If you have questions about facial trauma treatment at our practice, our knowledgeable staff will be happy to speak with you.