Facial Trauma Surgeon

Because I have been an active hospital staff member for many years, I have seen and treated an extremely wide range of facial injuries, from broken jaws to dog bites to gunshot wounds. The depth and breadth of this experience allows me to treat my own patients with the utmost efficiency, skill, and care.

-Dr. Holtzen

Specialized Care for Head, Neck, and Facial Injuries

Facial trauma may be the most personal of injuries. It can affect how you look, how you sound, and how you smile. It can also affect your ability to chew, speak, or breathe. If you or your child have suffered an accident that involved your head, neck, and face, it is vital that you seek thorough, experienced, and specialized medical care for your injuries.

Healing Facial Trauma

Dr. Holtzen is an active staff member at five different hospitals, treating an array of emergency facial injuries in patients of all ages and backgrounds. In addition, our surgeon treats facial trauma patients here at Alpine Oral and Facial Surgery,for issues ranging from broken bones of the face and jaws, to scar revision and missing tooth replacement:

  • Soft tissue injury treatment of the face, head, and neck.
  • Treatment of facial lacerations, cuts, or punctures.
  • Broken facial bone treatment.
  • Jaw injuries, jaw dislocation, and broken jaw bone treatment.
  • Missing or broken tooth repair.
  • Scar revision.
  • Post-traumatic deformity treatment

Our Patients come to us for treatment for a variety of accidents and incidents including:

  • Car accidents and other motor vehicle accidents.
  • Falls.
  • Sporting and recreation accidents.
  • Work-related injuries.
  • Assaults or fights.
  • Dog bites.

Tell Us Your Story During Your Consultation

Whether you have recently suffered facial trauma or whether you are suffering from a chronic condition related to a past accident, we may be able to help you regain your health in the wake of an accident or injury. The best way to find out how we can help is by hearing your story, examining the issue, and learning about your medical history.

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