Facial & Cosmetic Reconstructive Surgery

Facial Reconstruction Surgery restores the function & appearance of your face due to injury or disease.

Facial reconstructive surgery is a surgical procedure that rebuilds facial features damaged or destroyed by an injury, infection, or disease. This surgery aims to restore function and appearance to the fullest extent possible. Whether you need facial reconstruction due to cancer surgery, traumatic injuries, or congenital disabilities, the oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Carolinas Centers for Oral & Facial Surgery can reconstruct any part of the face, from the eyelids to the chin.

Types of Patient Cases that Require Maxillofacial Reconstruction

Our team of experienced surgeons has years of experience treating a wide range of facial concerns with maxillofacial reconstruction. While this treatment can be right for a wide range of individuals, here are the most common types of patient cases that require facial reconstruction: 

  • Being born with facial abnormalities, such as a congenital or developmental abnormality that caused facial asymmetry. 
  • Having an upper and lower jaw that did not grow at the same rate, resulting in facial imbalance. 
  • Suffering from an accident or injury that resulted in facial trauma, such as facial lacerations, avulsed (knocked out) teeth, and bone injuries (e.g., fractured cheekbones, jaw bones, eye sockets, palates, and noses). 
  • Pathology that resulted in loss of part of your jaw, such as a tumor or cancer. 
  • Having temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues, such as significant pain, due to a misaligned or mismatched bite. 
  • Being cosmetically unsatisfied with the appearance or proportions of your face. 

No matter what facial concern you are interested in restoring with maxillofacial reconstruction, the oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Carolinas Centers for Oral & Facial Surgery can help you look and feel your best with a customized treatment plan.