Elective or not, undergoing facial plastic or reconstructive surgery can have a lasting, positive impact on your life.
As human beings, a large part of our identity and sense of self-worth is entwined in our outward physical appearance. Whether the decision is medically necessary or elective, undergoing facial plastic or reconstructive surgery is a deeply personal and emotional process that can have a lasting, positive impact on your life.
As you begin this journey, it is important to choose a facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon you can trust. Dr. Garren trained in facial plastics at the University of Colorado and is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. As an active physician, he has been performing surgical procedures on the head and neck for 15 years.
Facial trauma includes soft tissue injuries, as well as broken or dislocated facial bones. A few common causes of facial trauma include automobile accidents, physical altercations, sports injuries, workplace accidents, and dog/animal attacks.
As you might imagine, serious facial injuries are often physically and emotionally traumatic. Facial trauma can significantly impact your overall health, ability to work and earn an income, and your self esteem. If you or a loved one experiences a serious facial injury, seek professional medical treatment immediately. Doing so can help minimize the damage and long-term effects of this type of injury.