Facial injury overview
Facial injury can occur for a wide range of reasons and can be injuries to the bones of the face, or to the tissue resulting in scarring.
Types of facial injury
Facial injuries resulting on a fractured bone often affect the nose, cheekbones, eye sockets and jaw bones. This type of facial injury is caused by sudden impacts such as those experienced in road traffic accidents.
Facial injury repair
Facial injury repair depends on the type of facial injury sustained. Minor bruising or swelling can take around three weeks to heal whereas a fracture to the bones can take several months to heal completely.
Facial injury next steps
If you wish to see if you have an accident claim as a result of a facial injury, please contact us. Please also use the information on the pages below to find out more.