Procedure Overview

Facial injuries can impair a patient’s ability to eat, speak, interact with others, and perform other important functions. Facial injuries can have severe psychological and social consequences if not managed properly.

Most facial injuries in young adults are sport related. Severe injuries to the face are often due to motor vehicle collisions, including those involving motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles, as well as interpersonal and domestic violence.

The treatment of facial injuries must first focus on threats to life, but important long-term considerations are very important for function and appearance.

Patients are typically seen in the hospital setting in the emergency department. The hospital will contact the on-call doctor at Blueridge OMS to come to the hospital and assist with surgical management of facial fractures as needed.

Long term management, reconstruction, dental rehabilitation, scar revisions are typically managed at our clinic as needed.

Dentoalveolar trauma

Dentoalveolar trauma is common in children and young adults. Dental trauma can be to the teeth or surrounding bone, as well as the tongue and lips. There are set guidelines that dentists and surgeons adhere to increase the chances of a favorable outcome. Dental trauma usually involves the front teeth, and many report a change in the bite as the most common complaint.

Management depends on the type of injury and whether it is an adult or baby tooth. At Blueridge OMS, we work closely with dentists and community hospitals in the management of dental trauma.

At Blueridge OMS we take pride in providing the best care possible.Your safety, privacy and comfort are of the utmost importance.

— Dr. Osama Soliman

Digital Workflow Process


Photographs, CBCT, Intraoral scan

Virtual Show & Tell

Custom parts ordered and design completed

3D Printed Surgical Guides

Planned with your dentist/denturist and our laboratory and implant partners

Surgery Day

Surgical Suites or Operating Room​ prepared. Options for awake, IV sedation or General anesthesia​ with in house Anesthesiologist for larger reconstructive surgery.

Surgery Follow Ups

Coordinated prosthetic solutions with your dentist/denturist and our laboratory and implant partners

Surgical Excellence



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