Reconstructive Surgery in Charlotte

Dr. Sharma’s Charlotte oral surgery practice is known as a regional expert in treating and repairing facial injury and trauma, including fractures of the upper and lower jaws and the orbits surrounding the eyes, as well as facial lacerations. Dr. Sharma’s knowledge of dental occlusion (jaw alignment) is critical when repairing complex facial fractures. Choosing knowledge and experience is important with facial surgery. Visit Sharma Oral Surgery today to get more information on how we have helped and repaired hundreds of facial issues over the years.

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Dr. Sharma is fully qualified and authorized to attend to patients in all major hospitals.

Few experiences can be as devastating as a traumatic facial injury. Dr. Sharma understands how important it is for a person to feel whole again after such events and works to treat not just the body but the spirit as well. He and the staff have extensive experience with many types of facial injuries, including oral/maxillofacial issues.

Cleft lip surgery is usually performed by the time a baby is three months old. By contrast, a cleft palate often requires multiple surgeries over the course of 18 years. The first surgery to repair the palate is usually performed by the time a baby is six to 12 months old.

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Commonly the result of some sort of facial trauma. These fractures can be complex to diagnose exactly as around 60% of mandibular fractures contain two or more breaks. Sharma Oral Surgery is highly experienced in treating these types of injuries.

Also known as a Le Fort fracture, they are among the most serious injuries related to facial trauma. Often involves injury to the palate as well. Repairing these injuries requires extensive experience and touch and is best left to expert oral surgeons like Dr. Sharma and his team.

These injuries have to do with the orbital area or eye socket and are associated with blunt force trauma. Because these injuries can have a direct effect on a person’s eyesight, proper handling of the surgical repair is imperative to minimize any possibility of permanent vision loss. We take pride in having successfully treated numerous patients with excellent long-term results.

Also known as a Le Fort fracture, they are among the most serious injuries related to facial trauma. Often involves injury to the palate as well. Repairing these injuries requires extensive experience and touch and is best left to expert oral surgeons like Dr. Sharma and his team.

This is a fracture of what most people refer to as their cheekbone. As with other facial trauma zygomatic fractures as most often caused by auto accidents, sports trauma and serious falls. We have the experience to help minimize recovery time for these injuries as much as possible.

The nose and nasal areas of the face are among the most sensitive parts of the human body. If you have been injured in this part of your face, you want a seasoned surgeon like Dr. Sharma attending to you. He and his team work together to make sure you receive the expert care you deserve.

This class of fracture accounts for around 10% of all facial trauma injuries. Dr. Sharma uses the latest procedures to heal patients much more quickly than used to be possible.

So much of our identity is tied up to our appearance. Successful treatment of potentially life-changing events like a cut or laceration to our face demands the sure, caring hand of and expert surgeon like Dr. Sharma. Backed by our experienced team of medical professionals, his knowledge and experience are your greatest allies.

The American College of Surgeons’ guidelines for optimal care in Level I and II trauma centers, the centers that treat the most serious and complex facial trauma patients, recommend that an oral and maxillofacial surgeon be included as a member of the centers’ trauma team.

Many of the techniques that are standard in today’s hospital emergency rooms were developed by OMSs in combat hospitals during World War II, Korea, Vietnam and today’s international conficts.

If you or a loved one suffer a facial or mouth injury that requires a trip to the emergency room, be sure to ask that an OMS is called for consultation. With their background and training, OMSs are the specialists most qualified to deal with these types of injuries. In some cases, they may detect a “hidden” injury that might otherwise go unnoticed.

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