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A serious facial injury should be treated at once. The sooner you visit your doctor, dentist or an emergency room, the sooner you can get a head start on a successful recovery.
Facial trauma is most commonly the result of a car accident, sports injury or a bad fall. But how do you know the difference between serious and minor facial injuries? There are several good indicators to help in deciding when to seek medical attention:
Mercy offers both emergency care and in-office care for all types of facial cuts, bruises and bone fractures. In addition to providing immediate treatment, we will also check for signs of related problems, such as a possible skull injury.
At Mercy, we will provide the treatment you need – whether it’s a bandage, stitches or advanced surgery. From the moment you walk in to the time your injuries heal, we will keep you informed and as comfortable as possible.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: