Facial Fractures

Facial Fractures

  Facial Fractures Nasal bones are the most common facial fracture, usually resulting from falls or altercations. In the first 2 weeks after the injury the bones can often be reset without making any incisions under anesthesia.  Late presenting injuries require osteotomies (re-breaking the bone) to restore the normal bony architecture of your nose. ZMC (zygomasticomaxillary complex) fractures are probably the second most common fracture.  This fracture usually involves...

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