When a traumatic experience has significantly impacted your face, Dr. Mark Fisher can effectively correct your appearance. By calling upon his extensive training, Dr. Fisher can address even the most severe cases of facial trauma, restoring your quality of life in the process.
When to Consider Facial Reconstruction
Most of the facial reconstruction procedures performed by Dr. Fisher are completed after a traumatic experience has permanently and significantly impacted the facial region. In some cases, the changes are purely cosmetic.
Your face, however, is an important aspect of your appearance. Since it is arguably one of the first things people notice about an individual, many patients are interested in restoring their appearance and regaining their sense of self-confidence.
In more serious cases, facial trauma can have a medical impact. If a patient’s ability to eat, breathe, see, or communicate has been negatively impacted, facial reconstruction can become both urgent and necessary.
Dr. Fisher most commonly sees patients seeking out facial reconstruction after having undergone one of the following events:
- Facial fractures
- Skin cancer treatment
- Lacerations to the face
- Significant burn scarring
- Genetic or congenital issues