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 can provide skilled surgical care in Garland and Logan, UT, to help you overcome the effects of your accident.
So why should you seek expert surgical care?
How Undergoing Surgery Can Help Restore Normalcy to Your Life
Address Serious Complications
In some cases, facial trauma can result in a loss of critical facial and dental function or significant disfigurement. Receiving surgical treatment is essential to rehabilitation after damage to teeth, bones, and delicate soft tissues.
Improve Self-EsteemMany patients struggle with low self-esteem after an injury. Dr. Anderson can provide reconstructive surgery to address aesthetic concerns such as scarring, helping you look and feel your best.
The Advantage of Specialized Care
Dr. Anderson is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who has been performing complex surgical treatments for over 20 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. Above all else, Dr. Anderson is passionate about his role in his patients’ lives.
Treating Facial Trauma
From minor surgeries to long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation, he has the extensive surgical training to perform personalized procedures that resolve functional damage as well as aesthetic concerns. Dr. Anderson 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
Dr. Anderson is often available 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.
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.
To help you afford the treatment you need, Dr. Anderson strives to keep costs low. He also accepts CareCredit® financing and offers generous payment plans to cover out-of-pocket costs. Patients who pay 20 percent down can make manageable monthly payments with no service or collection fees. His team works closely with patients' insurance providers to maximize coverage and Dr. Anderson also accepts Medicaid.
Millions of Patients Move Forward with Their Lives after Facial Trauma
Each year, approximately three million patients seek emergency treatment for facial trauma injuries. According to recent studies, most patients who underwent facial reconstruction after an injury were satisfied with the outcome of their procedure and noted an improvement in psychological well-being and social function.
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. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Anderson to determine the best treatment plan for your needs.
"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