In a moment, your life can change forever. A car accident, fire or other traumatic experience can cause extensive injuries to your face. Facial trauma can affect your life in many ways, from the function of your mouth, nose or eyes to the emotional pain of changes to your appearance. Facial reconstructive surgery can help restore both function and form to your face after trauma, repairing the damage and helping you regain your self-confidence.
Joshua D. Rosenberg, MD, has spent many years treating patients who have various deformities of their facial features. His extensive training and credentials in the field of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery make him one of the top facial reconstruction surgeons. Dr. Rosenberg has dedicated his practice to helping his patients, especially those suffering from facial deformities. It is his goal to achieve a balance of form and function for all his patients that require facial reconstructive surgeries.
Types of Facial Trauma Injures
The delicate features of the face can be decimated when impacted. A blow to the face during an auto accident or violent encounter can shatter bones, damage nerves and tear tissue. Restoring the form of the face while regaining function for nerves, muscles and tendons is complex. It is vital to have a complete understanding of the facial structure and the best surgical techniques to restore function and form. Some of the types of facial trauma injuries that Dr. Rosenberg can repair using the most advanced methods of reconstructive and plastic surgery include:
- Jaw fractures
- Eye or orbital fractures
- Broken noses requiring nasal reconstruction
- Eyelid tears or damage
- Ear cartilage trauma or ear lobe tears
- Facial paralysis or nerve damage caused by trauma
If you want to restore beauty and function to your facial features after a traumatic injury, Dr. Rosenberg is the facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon you can trust. Contact us at our office in NYC or Staten Island to schedule a consultation and evaluation to begin the process of recovering from your facial trauma injury.