Facial fractures are fractures broken bones of the face and mouth. They commonly include fractures of the nose nasal , cheekbones zygoma , surrounds to the eyes orbit and upper maxilla and lower mandible jaws. If you have a facial fracture, the oral and maxillofacial team will usually want to check that you don't have other fractures of or injuries to the head or neck and if you have been knocked unconscious. Most facial fractures are acute sudden and caused by assaults eg fighting , sports eg horse riding, football and rugby and accidents eg road traffic or falls.
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A facial fracture is a broken bone in the face. The face has a complex bone structure. The facial skeleton consists of the frontal bone forehead , zygomas cheekbones , orbital bones eye sockets , nasal bones, maxillary bones upper jaw and mandible lower jaw. There are many other bones that are found deeper within the facial structure. Muscles required for chewing, swallowing and talking are attached to these bones. Nasal fractures broken nose are the most common.
Scabs are protective crusts of dried blood clots that form over wounds. Scabs on the face can occur because the face has a cut or scrape. They can also form on the face as a result of acne, an allergic reaction, or another illness.
Broken blood vessels on the face are enlarged blood vessels that occur just beneath the surface of the skin. The resulting red, web-shaped appearance gives them their common name, spider veins. Spider veins are commonly found on the face or legs, though they may appear anywhere on the body. Other than their appearance, spider veins do not cause any other symptoms.