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Traumatic injury to the soft tissue and bones of the face can have severe psychological and physical repercussions. The victim of vehicle accident, domestic violence or other type of injury may be left with an indelible imprint of the incident. Our surgeons, Dr. Cone and Dr. Langevin’s goal as with all facial reconstructive surgeons, is to return the soft tissue and bony fractures as close to their pre-injury state as possible and return the patient to their normal daily life as quickly as possible.
In order to determine the best surgical treatment plan, we recommend coming into our Austin, TX practice for a consultation.
You will be able to discuss treatment plans, anesthesia procedures, as well as any other concerns you have regarding the facial procedure.
Common facial injuries occur near the nasal bone, the mandible, the orbital floor (near the eye) and the cheekbone.
With Wellspring’s elite technology and scanning techniques, our surgeons will be able to develop a treatment plan that will work towards administering the proper surgical procedure for your injury.
How It Works
After a thorough evaluation, choose a treatment plan with our surgeons.
Learn all about pre-operative safety preparations before your surgery.
Follow your surgeon's instruction to ensure a smooth recovery.
Before & After
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Frequently Asked Questions
A facial implant is a procedure in which synthetic materials, such as silicone, are used to provide cosmetic definition to the face, and typically performed on a patient’s chin, cheeks, and/or jaw. These implants are crafted to the patient’s needs, although alternatives can include injectable fillers. A facial implant is designed to add body, contour, and structure to the face for aesthetic enhancement.
- Patients who would like to enhance their features
- Patients who have realistic expectations for their outcome.
- Patients who smoke may possibly not be suited for this procedure
- Patients with various health issues.
- Patients with unrealistic expectations for their procedure.
The intended result for this procedure is to enhance an individual’s facial features and create a balanced appearance on their face.
- The recovery phase for facial implants varies from patient to patient. Most patients can return to work or play in 1-2 weeks. Further healing changes occur for 6-12 weeks.
- Changes are noticeable almost immediately, however the final result will be covered by the initial stages of swelling and bruising.
- Facial movements may be restricted temporarily and it is important to avoid any excessive force or contact with the site of surgery during the recovery phase.
- Dissolvable stitches are commonly used, otherwise sutures are removed within 2 weeks of the procedure
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