Facial Trauma and Scar Repair
With a focus on a rapid recovery and a restoration of function and facial balance, Dr. Paul has performed hundreds of facial trauma repairs in the past decade.book your consultation
Dr. Benjamin Paul has an extensive training in facial trauma. He is versed in the repair of lacerations (known as cuts) as well as broken bones (fractures). As a resident and fellow at Bellevue Hospital – a level one trauma center, Dr. Paul cared for countless patients who were the victim of severe facial injuries.
The goal of laceration repair and scar revision surgery is to minimize the scar, so that is more consistent with a patient’s surrounding skin tone and texture, while preserving or improving tissue function. Sometimes unavoidable after injury or surgery, Dr. Paul can correct large or unappealing scars by following skin tension lines and re-orientating the scar to align correctly.
Laceration Repair and Scar Correction
Scar correction treatment options vary greatly on the type, degree, and placement of the scar. In most cases, Dr. Paul carefully changes the direction of the scar by following the natural tension lines within the skin.
Dr. Paul has expertise resetting and fixating the following fractures:
- Nasal Bone Factures
- Mandible (jaw)
- Cheek Fractures
- Orbital Floor Fractures
- Frontal Sinus Fractures
- Le-Fort Fractures (I, II, III)
- Temporal Bone Fractures
Dr. Paul recognizes the significant stress of a facial fracture and expedites the care and recovery of his patients. With a focus on a rapid recovery and a restoration of function and facial balance, Dr. Paul has performed hundreds of facial fracture repairs in the past decade.
3 weeks after nasal fracture, nasal hematoma (collection of blood) and nasal laceration after a fall.
Nasal fracture repair
Nasal Fracture Repair - 6 days after fracture reduction.
Contact Dr. Ben Paul for an appointment
THIS FORM IS NOT TO BE USED FOR EMERGENCIES OR URGENT MATTERS.
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911. Click to submit your request securely.