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It’s important to know what to do when you or someone close to you has been injured, especially when it comes
to facial injuries. The inside of your mouth is made up of delicate soft tissues that when cut can become infected
and easily damaged if the wound isn’t taken care of quickly. Anyone who has had a facial laceration knows that
there is a high degree of emotional and physical pain involved when it comes to a facial laceration. So what
should you do? drdavidtyturbyfill.com
A laceration is a tear or jagged wound and is usually caused by blunt trauma. If you’ve been in an accident and
there is any kind of trauma to your face, it is important to seek emergency assistance right away. Lip lacerations
are one of the most common types of facial injuries and require careful repair. Lacerations are closed using silk
or gut sutures and are done carefully in order to prevent any cosmetic damage. If a tooth is knocked out you
should place it in the person’s mouth it came out of or milk as soon as possible. The sooner the tooth is placed
back into the dental socket, the better chance it has of surviving. Do not clean or wipe off the tooth since there
are crucial parts of the tooth that could become damaged. drdavidturbyfill.com
Replanting teeth and treating tooth fractures can be handled by an oral surgeon along with facial trauma but if
you have been involved in a serious accident you should go to the closest hospital emergency room as soon as
possible. Facial bone fractures cannot be treated with a cast like other parts of the body. The surgical placement
of plates around the affected area is a recent development in medicine that allows for a faster recovery time and
involves the fewest incisions necessary. davidturbyfilloralsurgeon.com
Any kind of traumatic injury to your face is serious and should be addressed immediately to prevent further
damage and scaring. If you’ve had a recent injury and think you may have a facial bone fracture, call us
immediately to schedule a consultation.
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