Facial injuries can not only cause you physical pain, but also significant concern about how well you’ll heal and whether you’ll regain your familiar appearance. You should have any facial injury that doesn’t require immediate medical attention assessed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon as soon as possible, as it requires prompt diagnosis to ensure facial trauma treatment is accurate and beneficial long-term. We strive to create an environment of empathy and safety, that allows you to voice your concerns. We’re on-staff at United Regional Hospital and provide comprehensive facial trauma treatment in our Wichita Falls, TX office, leaving openings in our schedule for such emergencies.
Your recovery journey is led by our oral surgeons specialized in restoring facial structures and aesthetics after facial trauma. Backed by years of highly specialized training and experience, our team is equipped to provide you reconstructive care that rebuilds function while focusing on the final, aesthetic outcome. Coupling this expertise with advanced technology and anesthesia services helps ensure that our standard of care remains of the highest quality and comfort. No matter the extent of your facial injuries, our comprehensive facial trauma treatment is tailored to provide the most aesthetic and functional restoration possible.
We’re highly experienced in emergency care and the long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation for all kinds of facial trauma. But we offer significant advantages beyond our technical expertise; our office is a comforting and safe environment in which we thoroughly educate you on your treatment options. You can always feel confident in your choice of care, knowing that it’s recommended by an oral surgeon dedicated to your complete recovery and facial restoration! Count on us to provide the best possible care from the moment you walk into our office to your last treatment appointment and throughout your recovery process.
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