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At Carolinas Centers for Oral & Facial Surgery, our surgeons have extensive knowledge and experience treating and managing facial trauma cases to deliver optimal, long-term results. Whether you have facial trauma from a car accident, fall, sports injury, or something else, you can rest assured that we use the latest technology and surgical techniques to delicately restore your aesthetic appearance and facial function.

We have 2 additional locations in Greenville

Visit the location that is most convenient for you!

Greenville – Verdae

280 Rocky Slope Rd

Greenville, SC 29607

Greenville – Eastside

4103 E North St

Greenville, SC 29615

Oral surgeons have undergone extensive education and training to understand and repair the delicate structures of the face. The surgeons at Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery can a variety of treat facial traumas affecting the mouth and jaws, including:

  • Broken teeth
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Cuts inside the mouth
  • Fractured facial bones
  • Fractured jaws

Causes of Facial Trauma and Treatment

There are many reasons why a facial trauma can occur, the most common include:

  • Car and motorcycle accidents
  • Accidents in the home
  • Work-related injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Falls
  • Violence

In the event of a facial trauma, please call one of our offices right away. We will make arrangements to see you promptly. Our surgeons will evaluate the area of injury, take any X-rays or 3D imaging, and determine the next steps for treatment. Sometimes, multiple treatments are necessary to restore function and esthetics.

There are three main choices for anesthesia

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Local Anesthesia

Local anesthesia provides numbness directly where it is administered. It does not affect consciousness, so the patient remains awake while the feelings of discomfort are eliminated. Local anesthesia is commonly used for minor procedures.

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Nitrous Oxide

Also known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a mild sedative that the patient inhales to alleviate feelings of anxiety. It does not cause the patient to lose consciousness. It is often used together with local anesthesia.

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IV Sedation

IV sedation is commonly used for moderate to extensive oral or facial surgery procedures. This type of sedation is administered directly into the patient’s vein. Since amnesia (forgetfulness) is a common side effect of the medication, most patients who use IV sedation do not remember their procedure.

We’re Here For You

If you have questions about our facial trauma treatment, financing options, our credentials, or anything else, please reach out to us at any time at (864) 714-1800. Our knowledgeable team is here to answer any questions you may have, and we look forward to caring for you and your loved ones.