Facial Trauma Plastic Surgeon
Trauma that resulted from accidents or falls can lead to facial disfigurement. The nose is an area that’s particularly prone to injury because of its anterior location on the face. In addition, the orbit, jaw, skull and cheek bones can also suffer disfigurement from a traumatic injury to the face. Facial trauma plastic and reconstructive surgery can improve the mobility, function and aesthetic balance to the face when performed by an experienced facial plastic surgeon. Dr. Rousso offers the expertise and surgical skills that are needed to correct abnormalities caused by facial trauma, with special attention placed on form and function.
Dr. Rousso’s goal in most facial trauma injuries is to avoid surgery whenever possible and treat these cases with office procedures. Oftentimes, restoration of normal appearance will require surgery. When this is the case, we perform these surgeries with the most innovative three-dimensional technological approaches. Dr. Rousso is an academic facial plastic surgeon, and he has access to and knowledge of the most up-to-date technology and resources available in the world.
Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery for Facial Injuries
The array of injuries and trauma that can occur in the facial region is wide spread. From lacerations and broken facial bones, to lost nasal cartilage and eyelid tissue, the impact of trauma can have profound effects on the mobility and beauty of the face. Dr. Rousso’s in-depth understanding of the facial musculoskeletal system and aesthetic balance give him the medical knowledge needed to perform the most complex and delicate procedures. His skill set produces exceptional results for our patients with facial injuries.
For those seeking reconstructive or elective cosmetic plastic surgery for facial trauma, contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rousso. There are options for improved function and aesthetic balance available that you can explore with one of New York’s most elite facial plastic and reconstruction surgeons.