FACIAL TRAUMATOLOGY



On admission

After Discharge

A day to day service we provide is fixing ‘lost faces' due to nasty road traffic accidents, falls from height and industrial accidents. Face is an extremely special area structurally, functionally and cosmetically. Without a very specialised management, residual deformities are almost inevitable. A second surgery to revise such problems is rarely as successful as a fine job done in the fist instance. Facial Soft Tissue Contusion Surgical Emphysema due to a Maxillary amtrum fracture


On admission

After Discharge

Manipulation of fractured Nose under Anaesthesia


On admission

After Discharge

Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of smashed Nose and surrounding bones


On admission

Plating

After Discharge

Comprehensive management of compound facial injuries


the wound

bone repair

soft tissue repair

3 months after Discharge

Comprehensive management of compound facial injuries


the wound

bone repair

soft tissue repair

3 months after Discharge

Open Reduction & Internal Fixation of simple jaw fracture


day admission, 1hour surgery,no cut on face,
no wired teeth,no liquid diet business

Pan facial fractures


on admission

fracture of all bones of
face classical pattern

after Discharge

after 6 months ...

Dentoalveolar splinting


These four teeth came in a bowl of milk after a fall down the stairs! A healthy tooth that gets shed due to traumatic injury is not lost. If it can be brought to us intact, in a milk bath within reasonable time, it can be placed back into its socket and splinted there. Most of these replanted teeth will be re accepted by the body and will stay in place for many more years.
Ear Haematoma


on presentation

10 mins later

A blunt injury to the ear can give rise to a haematoma below the skin. If untreated, the result can be disastrous. The cartilage would die and the top portion of the ear droops down in an ugly shape (a bat-ear deformity). Draining the haematoma under local anaesthesia is a 10 mins package and saves a multi stage complex plastic surgery or a lifetime of an ugly deformity.
Gunshot


on admission

X-Ray showing pellets

108 pellets out

after Discharge


Hiding The Incisions
We don't heal broken bones. The body does it itself for us. Our job is to bring them to correct alignment and hold them there with micro plates and screws. But how to get to the site of the fractures? Unlike the Orthopaedicians we cannot afford to cut right on top of the fracture site and get in to fix it. That would leave the face with a nasty scar (check out operated limb fractures). We have to carefully choose an entry point that would be well hidden.


cuts inside the mouth

natural skin crease

inside hairline

inside eyelids

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