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Facing the Future Following Facial Cancer Surgery

Although skin cancer can occur anywhere on the body, it is very likely to develop on the face. As your facial skin is most often exposed to the sun, it receives more contact with harmful UV light. Early warning signs are sometimes missed as they resemble other conditions, such as styes, acne and age spots. …
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Hang up the Gloves and Experience Facial Rejuvenation

Fighters often retire reluctantly, which results in bearing the scars of a long career. However, there comes a time when every warrior has to hang up those gloves. With no further threat of facial injuries, some athletes may opt for rejuvenating treatments. Scar tissue splits easily due to blunt force trauma. For fighters, this means …
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Facial Bone Fractures are a Functional and Aesthetic Concern

Fracturing a bone in the face is very painful at the time. For many victims of an accident or attack, pain continues long after the initial trauma. Chronic symptoms are those that last for longer than three months. Broken or cracked bone can also impact the appearance of the face and function of facial features. …
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Coordinated Facial Fracture Repair

Facial fracture repair is a complex area of surgery. Depending on the areas damaged and affected features, you may need to consult with multiple specialists. When a patient is on pain medications and dealing with other impacts of the injury, organizing coordinated treatment options is an uphill struggle. Less complex facial fractures usually require treatment …
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Maurice M. Khosh, MD, FACS
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Nasal & Sinus Surgery

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