Shibani Das1*, Jena Subrat K2 and Gantayat Rajesh3
1Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Ashwini Hospital, India 2Department of Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery, Ashwini Hospital, India 3Department of Plastic Surgery, Ashwini Hospital, IndiaFulltext PDF
Traumatic soft tissue facial injuries are common seen with craniofacial injuries. The face, owing to its prime position in the human body needs more attention, thought and skills while dealing with injuries in this region. The complexity of these injuries is represented by the potential for loss of relationships between the functional and the aesthetic subunits of the craniofacial region and therefore it is important that the repair done justifies both form and function. Different regions of the face demand different surgical management. Through this case series performed at a tertiary care hospital, we try to re-emphasize on the importance of anatomy and the necessary steps needed to manage traumatic facial injuries.
Facial trauma; Soft tissue trauma; Maxillofacial trauma; Management
Das S, Jena Subrat K, Rajesh G. Management of Traumatic Soft Tissue Facial Injuries: Experience at a Tertiary Care Centre in Odisha. Ann Plast Reconstr Surg. 2020; 4(4): 1065.