Our surgeons apply reconstructive techniques that can restore form and function for patients who have facial defects after skin cancer excision or other facial trauma. Most skin cancer reconstruction can be performed in office under local anesthesia. Scars are minimized and it is often difficult to tell any surgery was performed once the tissues fully heal.
Our surgeons also perform surgical and nonsurgical treatment for facial fractures and can use facial flaps, soft tissue grafts, or other implants to replace or repair skin, muscle, and bone.
- nasal fractures
- orbital fractures
- eyelid injuries
- midface (ZMC, tripod) cheek fractures
- mandible (jaw) fractures
These injuries commonly occur from fistfights, car accidents, sporting activities, and even simple falls. These injuries may cause other complications, so patients should seek medical treatment quickly.
Your surgeon will discuss surgical options, expected outcomes, and possible complications at your consultation.