Our Oral Surgeon Can Help
If you or a loved one have been in an accident that resulted in a facial injury, you may need to see an oral surgeon after you receive emergency care. Dr. Paul Anderson specializes in facial trauma and oral injury, and has served over 10 years at Grady Memorial Hospital and Emory Midtown Hospital in downtown Atlanta. Here, Dr. Anderson has treated some of the most difficult traumatic injuries in the Southeast. Here, Dr. Anderson treats some of the most difficult traumatic injuries in the Southeast. If reconstructive or corrective care is necessary after an accident, it is important to seek medical care right away, then contact our office.
Treatable Trauma Conditions
- Facial lacerations
- Severe infection
- Intraoral lacerations
- Fractured jaws (upper and lower)
- Fractured facial bones (cheek, nose, or eye socket)
Reconstruction and Rehabilitation for Long-Term Results
After injuries that result in facial trauma, seeing a skilled and experienced oral surgeon is important to restoring function and aesthetics to your appearance. Dr. Anderson has the skill and experience necessary to provide you with the care and results you deserve. With specialized training in emergency care, Dr. Anderson does not shy away from traumatic injuries and can provide acute, prompt care with the best long-term results to his patients. Patients receive the reconstruction and rehabilitation they need to return to a normal life even after the most traumatic of injuries.
16 Years of Experience and Professionalism
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons undergo extensive training and education to become board certified. Dr. Anderson has unique training from the University of Maryland Medical System and the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. This training has exposed him to some of the most complex traumatic injuries to not just the face, but the entire body as well. Dr. Anderson has over 16 years of experience in the field and is also affiliated with many organizations such as the Georgia Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the American Dental Society of Anesthesia, the International Congress of Oral Implantology and the American Medical Association.