Welcome to the Division Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, at the Osborne Head and Neck Institute , world-renowned experts in the diagnosis and treatment of cranio-nasal-facial trauma and sports injury. We are experts in the management of facial trauma including nasal fractures the broken nose , orbital blowout fractures, mandible fractures jaw fractures , zygoma fractures cheek fractures , sinus fractures, lacerations and scar revisions. Nasal fractures are the most common facial trauma or sports related injury. Immediate evaluation is required to prevent late complications.
Patient, staff and doctor saftey is our first priority- We have incorporated protocols as required by the MN Board of Dentistry, such as minimizing use of the waiting room, online forms, and having plexiglass barriers for front office. We continue to closley monitor COVID updates and guidelines and will change protcols as the situation warrants. Please contact us at or telehealth omsspecialists. To properly treat facial trauma, your dental professional should be well versed in emergency care, acute treatment and long-term reconstruction and rehabilitation.
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The care of the facial trauma patient continues to evolve in the ever-changing face of medicine. Patients can be reassured that their care is managed by a variety of specialists knowledgeable in the assessment and management of complex facial injuries. Thanks in part to advances in imaging modalities, bone fixation techniques and technology, and a wider array of reconstructive procedures, the foundation upon which the reconstructive ladder of facial injuries rests continues to expand.