Oral & Facial Trauma
From changes in your appearance to health issues, suffering facial trauma can be both emotionally and physically devastating.
Dr. Gregory E. Anderson PC can provide skilled oral surgery for facial trauma in Garland and Logan, UT.
So why should you seek expert surgical care if you have suffered facial injuries or maxillofacial trauma?
Undergo Oral Surgery Restore Normalcy to Your Life
Address Serious Complications
In some cases, oral injuries can result in a loss of critical facial and dental function or significant disfigurement due to soft tissue injuries, lacerations, facial bone fractures, and other types of maxillofacial trauma. Receiving surgical treatment from a qualified maxillofacial surgeon is essential to rehabilitation after damage to teeth, facial bones, and delicate soft tissues.
Many patients struggle with low self-esteem after facial injury and maxillofacial trauma. Dr. Anderson can provide reconstructive surgery to address aesthetic concerns such as scarring, helping you look and feel your best after undergoing treatment for maxillofacial injuries.
Procedures such as jaw surgery use advanced methods to correct serious facial injuries...
The Advantage of Specialized Care
Dr. Anderson is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who has been performing complex surgical treatments for over 24 years. To accomplish this accreditation, Dr. Anderson completed a nationally approved residency program and underwent a comprehensive examination where his skills were evaluated by prestigious members of his peer group. As such, he provides treatment that is in accordance with the highest standards of care in Utah. Above all else, Dr. Anderson is passionate about his role in his patients’ lives.
So what types of injuries can Dr. Anderson treat?
Addressing Facial Trauma
From minor facial surgeries to long-term oral reconstruction and rehabilitation, Dr. Anderson has the extensive surgical training to perform personalized dental procedures such as dental implant placement that resolve both functional damage and aesthetic concerns. He is able to treat a wide variety of facial trauma cases, including:
- Dog bites
- Facial lacerations
- Mandibular mid-facial nasal trauma
- Orbital fractures
- Displaced teeth
- Jaw dislocations
- Soft tissue injuries
- Facial bone fractures
Dr. Anderson is often available for weekend and evening hours, or whenever urgent care is needed. He can also coordinate necessary treatment with your dentist or orthodontist to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
Consult Dr. Anderson
If you have recently been in an accident that has caused facial or dental injuries, seeking timely treatment is essential to minimize complications. Contact our practice online to schedule a consultation with Dr. Anderson at our offices in Logan or Garland so we can develop the best treatment plan for your needs.
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Offering the Full Scope of Maxillofacial Surgery
Affordable Care for All Patients
At Gregory E. Anderson PC, we strive to make dental and surgical care as accessible and affordable as possible. Our team not only takes most insurance, but our fees are typically 20 to 25 percent less than other maxillofacial and oral surgeons in the Utah area. We are also more than happy to offer payment plans to make treatment as manageable as possible.
Sedation for Your Comfort
If the thought of visiting an oral surgeon makes you nervous, we also provide IV, local, general, and nitrous oxide sedation to make you as comfortable as possible during your appointment. Many of our patients are pleasantly surprised to find that their treatment is pain-free. To learn more about the care we offer patients in Logan, UT, reach out online or by phone at:
How Dental Treatment Can Improve Your Smile
Types of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Because oral and facial trauma can vary so much from patient to patient, every treatment plan is unique. Whether Dr. Anderson recommends dental implants or corrective jaw surgery will depend completely upon your needs. After examining you and reviewing your medical history during an initial consultation, he can make a recommendation as to which procedures are best suited to your situation. These may include:
What to Expect from Your Results
The ultimate goal for a maxillofacial surgeon is to repair any damage done and restore function to your smile. What those results will look like depends on the patient's needs and the treatments in question. While frenectomy or extraction will have immediate results, placing dental implants or completing corrective jaw surgery requires months of recovery before your body adjusts.
Dr. Anderson will lay out a comprehensive timeline for your treatment during your initial consultation at his practice in Logan, UT.
"Excellent service! Dr. Anderson is a good listener. He really knows his stuff. I would recommend him to friends and family for oral surgery." Happy Patient
But can I afford surgery to correct my injury?
Cost of Facial Trauma Treatment & How You Can Afford It
Type of Surgery
The type of surgery you will require depends on your injuries and how severe they are. The complexity of your injury, the area of treatment, and intricacy required all contribute to the total cost of your treatment.
Number of Procedures Required
Your case may require several procedures and even multiple specialists to restore proper function and aesthetics. This can significantly impact your overall cost of treatment.
Elective vs. Emergency Medical Care
Depending on the cause or severity of your injury, you may require emergency care. As opposed to those who delay care or seek treatment electively, there are typically higher costs associated with urgent or emergency department services.
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