After an injury to your face, our team of highly trained oral surgeons and specialists are here to help you feel like you again.

What is facial trauma?

Also known as maxillofacial trauma, facial trauma refers to any injury affecting tissue or bones in the face or jaw. These types of injuries can be caused by things like car accidents, trips and falls, dog bites, burns or playing sports. Common traumatic injuries to the face include:

  • Ocular or orbital (bones surrounding your eyes) fracture
  • Fractured cheekbone
  • Fractured jaw (upper jaw or lower jaw) Fractured forehead
  • Fractured nose
  • Dental injuries including broken or missing teeth
  • Fractures to the bone surrounding your teeth
  • Jaw tumors
  • Jaw dislocation and injuries
  • Nasal cavity or sinus obstruction
  • Palate injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries, including cuts, scrapes, tissue loss and more

Facial trauma treatment

Facial trauma treatment Our oral and maxillofacial team is experienced in diagnosing and treating all kinds of traumatic injuries to the face and jaw, from simple fractures to complex diagnoses. Depending on the type and severity of your injury, your doctor may suggest an X-ray or computerized tomography (CT) scan for a diagnosis. Then, one or more of the following treatments may be recommended:

Non-surgical treatment

Your doctor may recommend prescription medications to help manage your symptoms and treat any infections or pain you may have from your injury. This may include:

  • Over-the-counter pain relievers
  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Antibiotics
  • Muscle relaxants


Our surgeons use the latest techniques to treat various types of facial and oral trauma, including minimally invasive surgery, to offer you the best outcomes and path for healing. Our team is highly trained and board certified, which means they’ve passed an optional national exam to demonstrate their medical expertise. Many of our surgeons are also fellowship trained, holding additional training in specific types of maxillofacial surgeries.

You doctor may recommend one of the following procedures:

  • Open reduction with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction surgery
  • Stitches and skin grafts

Talk with your doctor to learn which approach or procedure is best for you.


Plastic Surgery & Hand Surgery Superspeciality Clinic
Opp. Akashwani Kendra, near Shree Medical, Jalna Road, Aurangabad, Maharashtra 431001.

097653 52224 / 082080 22256