Restore Your Natural Appearance After Facial Trauma

Look Like You Again

Facial trauma is not only distressing because of the physical pain it causes; the emotional pain you suffer from worrying if you’ll ever look the same can be as bad as or even worse than any physical discomfort you’re feeling. Dr. Eric Baker and Dr. Tim Betita specialize in helping you become you again. Their well-practiced expertise in oral surgery has helped many, many people like you smile at the person in the mirror again after a broken jaw or other facial trauma. This extensive experience is complemented by advanced technology that enables our team to consistently deliver the highest quality of care and optimal clinical outcomes.

The first step in effective and lasting facial trauma treatment is seeking prompt diagnosis and treatment. This involves you visiting our Dana Point, CA office and undergoing a thorough examination of the affected area. Once we have determined the nature and seriousness of your facial trauma, we’ll perform any necessary oral surgery on you at our office or, if need be, in a hospital setting, where an even more extensive array of resources is available.

Seek Treatment For Facial Trauma

  • Facial lacerations
  • Severe infections
  • Intraoral lacerations
  • Broken jaws (upper or lower)
  • Fractured facial bones (cheek, nose or eye socket)
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Committed To Your Comfort During And After Oral Surgery

When you first come in for treatment of your facial trauma, you’ll immediately understand that you’re in an empathetic, calming environment where your comfort is always top priority. We’ll take whatever time is needed to explain all of your treatment options and address your concerns so that you fully understand any course of action we recommend. Depending on your level of facial trauma and anxiety, we will offer one of two sedation options for your procedure: either IV sedation or general anesthesia. IV sedation will keep you awake but completely calm. If you require general anesthesia, you will sleep through your entire procedure and have no memory of it afterward!

Overcome Your Facial Trauma

dental patient smiling after facial trauma treatment Dana Point CA