Facial Trauma Plastic Surgeon
The importance of repairing facial trauma cannot be over emphasized. Your face contains most of the distinguishable qualities that make you recognizable by others. Appearance has a tremendous impact on our confidence and self-esteem. Four of the five senses are primarily housed in the head and face. Add to these the basic functions of eating, drinking, blinking your eyes and making simple facial expressions. When you or a loved one suffers facial trauma, it is vital that every effort is made to make repairs to both the functional aspects and aesthetic features.
Trauma can come in many different forms, including workplace accidents, auto accidents, sports accidents, slip and fall accidents, hunting accidents, cancer, growths or defects and many other unexpected sources. The facial bones, skin, muscles, ligaments and other tissues can be damaged in various ways. This is as well as the ears, eyes, lips and nose, necessitating many complicated and multifaceted repairs.
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Repairing Facial Trauma
Dr. Eric Cerrati is a double board certified and fellowship trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon who can perform facial trauma reconstruction procedures with exquisite skill and artistry. He works with a host of other trauma specialists for a multidisciplinary approach to facial reconstruction. Some facial trauma can require the services of other medical specialists like:
- Hearing specialists
- Oral and maxillofacial surgeons
- Psychologists and social workers
- Speech therapists
Recovering from facial trauma may be a process containing many steps. Dr. Cerrati will work with your medical team to help you to recover fully. He has hospital privileges at the University of Utah Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Center, Primary Children’s Hospital and Intermountain LDS Hospital.
If you or a loved one has suffered facial trauma and needs the services of a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, contact Dr. Eric Cerrati at his Park City office.