Facial Trauma Treatment at CVOS Oral Surgery

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Recognizing Facial Trauma

Facial trauma is both physically and emotionally traumatic. Our team of surgeons at CVOS Oral Surgery have the extensive training, expertise, and experience necessary to work with our patients to treat their injuries. We understand how facial trauma can affect a patient’s confidence and quality of life.

Our surgeons provide emergency room assistance at local hospitals for treatments of facial injuries such as:

  • Facial lacerations
  • Knocked out teeth
  • Fractured facial bones (cheek, nose, or eye socket)
  • Upper and lower jaw fractures

Our team is dedicated to helping you and improving your quality of life. Contact us for more information about facial trauma treatment at CVOS Oral Surgery.

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Affected Areas of Maxillofacial Trauma

Maxillofacial trauma can affect the head, neck, mouth, jaw, and face area, regardless of whether the injury is sports-related, the result of a car accident, or due to an incident at work. These injuries can affect the soft tissue (e.g. the skin and gums) as well as the teeth and bone.

Maxillofacial injuries can go deeper and affect your eyes, facial nerves, and salivary glands.

Maxillofacial Soft Tissue Injuries

The surgeons at CVOS Oral Surgery inspect and repair damaged facial nerves, salivary glands, and salivary ducts when treating soft tissue injuries such as lacerations. Our surgeons are dedicated to taking every step to ensure the best possible cosmetic outcome. 

Maxillofacial Bone Injuries

Our surgeons aim to ensure that your preoperative process and postoperative recovery progress smoothly when treating facial trauma. This attention to detail means our surgeons will attempt to treat bone injuries while keeping any scarring hidden and preserving your facial appearance.

The treatment itself will depend on different factors. These factors include the location and severity of the fracture, and your surgeon will work with you to recommend the most effective treatment option. 

Missing Teeth

Any sort of injury or knocked out teeth can result in a referral to CVOS Oral Surgery for consultation and treatment. 

When dealing with injured or knocked out teeth, there are some steps you can take:

  • Place your knocked out tooth in salt water or milk as soon as possible.
  • Get in contact with your oral surgeon to see if the tooth can be re-inserted into the dental socket.
  • If your tooth falls out, avoid wiping it down to keep the remnants of the ligaments intact. 

Dental implants can be a great alternative if your injured teeth are beyond repair. Our team at CVOS Oral Surgery can provide you with alternatives and treatment. 

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Our Locations

Burlington North

CVOS Oral Surgery is located on the corner of Walkers Line and Dundas Street East in North Burlington at the Headon Forest Shopping Centre.

  • #200-3600 Dundas Street East
  • Burlington, ON

Burlington South

CVOS is located just off Hwy 403 (Queen Elizabeth Parkway), on Harvester Road with ample parking available.

  • #403-3155 Harvester Road
  • Burlington, ON


Our office is location on Commercial Street, right across from Brian Best Park, with ample parking available.

  • #203-311 Commercial Street
  • Milton, ON


Conveniently located near Highway 403 off of the Erin Mills Parkway, our office is in the same complex as the Credit Valley Hospital.

  • #302-2300 Eglinton Ave. West
  • Mississauga, ON


Conveniently located off Highway 403 (Queen Elizabeth Way) and Trafalgar Road, our building has plenty of convenient parking for you.

  • #311-1235 Trafalgar Road
  • Oakville, ON
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