Disloacted jaw and multiple facial fractures
Mandibular trauma is a common problem seen by plastic surgeons. When fractures occur, they have the ability to affect the patient's occlusion significantly, cause infection, and lead to considerable pain. Interventions to prevent these sequelae require either closed or open forms of reduction and fixation. Physicians determining how to manage these injuries should take into consideration the nature of the injury, background information regarding the patient's health, and the patient's comorbidities. Whereas general principles guide the management of the majority of injuries, special consideration must be paid to the edentulous patient, complex and comminuted fractures, and pediatric patients.
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Facial Trauma: Mandible Fractures
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Fractures of the Jaw and Midface
Injuries to the face often occur in combination. For example, the eye and the nose or the mouth and the cheek can be damaged as a result of the same injury. A broken lower jaw usually causes pain and swelling, changes the way the teeth fit together, and prevents the person from fully opening the mouth. Doctors can usually detect jaw and face fractures during an examination, but usually x-rays are taken or computed tomography is done. A lower jaw fracture is treated by resting the jaw, surgery, or wiring the jaw closed until bones heal.
Facial fractures are fractures broken bones of the face and mouth. They commonly include fractures of the nose nasal , cheekbones zygoma , surrounds to the eyes orbit and upper maxilla and lower mandible jaws. If you have a facial fracture, the oral and maxillofacial team will usually want to check that you don't have other fractures of or injuries to the head or neck and if you have been knocked unconscious. Most facial fractures are acute sudden and caused by assaults eg fighting , sports eg horse riding, football and rugby and accidents eg road traffic or falls. Rarely, you might get a fracture following other treatment - sometimes this is because the bones are weakened by conditions such as dental cysts.
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