Facial trauma

Both of our surgeons are staffed at local hospitals. They deliver coverage for facial injuries and are uniquely qualified to manage and treat facial trauma.

Treating facial trauma

An accident to the face or head may result in facial trauma. Oral surgeons such as Dr. Beech and Dr. Reid are well versed in emergency care, acute treatment, and long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation. The goal of treating facial trauma is to ensure that facial structures heal and function correctly.

Types of facial injuries

Facial trauma can be caused by motor vehicle accidents, accidental falls, sports injuries, and more. Our oral surgeons meet and exceed these standards and are on-staff at local hospitals delivering emergency room coverage for facial injuries, including the following:

  • Facial lacerations
  • Intraoral lacerations
  • Avulsed (knocked-out) teeth
  • Fractured facial bones, such as cheek, nose, or eye socket
  • Fractured jaws (upper and lower)

The proper treatment of facial injuries exists well within the realm of Beech & Reid Oral & Dental Implant Surgery. For extreme emergencies and injuries, please go to the nearest hospital emergency room for treatment from the oral and maxillofacial surgeon on call. For other requests or inquiries, please contact us as soon as possible in the event of facial trauma for evaluation and treatment.