If you’ve endured facial trauma of any kind, our team at Virginia Advanced Surgical Arts is here to help you.
We will walk alongside you throughout every step of your recovery. Our oral surgeons are always honored when a patient trusts them to restore their facial structure after experiencing trauma— whether it was the result of disease, injury, or exposure to a harmful environment.
When you choose Virginia Advanced Surgical Arts, you can take comfort in knowing that your best interest and comfort will always be our top priorities.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are trained, skilled, and uniquely qualified to manage and perform facial trauma restoration.
Facial injury and jaw fractures, by their very nature, impart a high degree of emotional and physical trauma to patients. The implementation of facial trauma restoration is both an art and science in many ways.
Not only do surgeons have to be trained and experienced in the various procedures and technology used for treatment, but the doctor should also understand the aesthetics of the face and an artistic eye to restore beauty to the site of a traumatic injury. In this way, hands-on experience and familiarity with cutting-edge technology are required to provide the best care to the highest of modern standards.
Dr. Vigliante, Dr. Gocke and Dr. McAdams meet and exceed these modern standards. The doctors are even on staff at local hospitals and deliver emergency room coverage for facial injuries to patients in McLean. Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons perform surgery for face injuries such as:
Avulsed (knocked out)
Teeth Fractured Facial Bones (cheek, nose, or eye socket)
Fractured Jaws (upper and lower jaw)
Tooth Extraction and Replacement: for those individuals whose teeth cannot be saved, treatment may include dental prostheses or realignment of the teeth
Jaw Surgery: in situations where the jaw is severely damaged and will need to be fixed, jaw surgery can fix a crooked smile or a broken bone easily and may be used in conjunction with surgery of the teeth and gums Gum Surgery: the gums will often be damaged when suffering from facial trauma, and any good facial trauma reconstruction will include fixing the tissues of the mouth and preparing them to securely hold any dental prostheses needed
Gum Surgery: the gums will often be damaged when suffering from facial trauma, and any good facial trauma reconstruction will include fixing the tissues of the mouth and preparing them to securely hold any dental prostheses needed