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Facial Trauma

Dr. Jason Toranto is a highly accomplished plastic, reconstructive, and craniofacial surgeon, with board certifications from the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery, as well as fellowship training in Craniofacial surgery. He has received multiple peer-voted "Top Doctor" awards and speaks both English and Spanish. Dr. Toranto specializes in solving complex issues for his patients, and completed his education and training at prestigious institutions such as Stanford University, the University of Michigan, University of Alabama, Duke University, and USC.

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Patients may experience facial trauma through motor vehicle collisions, falls, sports accidents, etc.  When this occurs, they may need a variety of procedures to address the injury.  These may be superficial, such as a skin laceration, or more invasive, such as a fracture of a facial bone.  Overall, facial trauma procedures aim to restore the function and appearance of the face and improve the patient's quality of life.

Lip Laceration

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A lip laceration is a disruption or tear in the tissue of the lip.  Management may include wound cleansing, suture placement, and the prescription of antibiotics to prevent infection. Plastic surgeons are often asked to perform these procedures due to the aesthetic nature and importance of the lips.

Frontal Sinus Fracture

The frontal sinus is an air-filled cavity located within the frontal bone of the skull, which serves as a protective barrier for the brain. A fracture in this bone may require surgical intervention.  In the cases that do require surgery, plastic surgeons perform these cases to reconstruct the form and aesthetics of the forehead.  Some of these cases are severe enough to require a neurosurgeon to participate, as well.




Call or text our office at 858-266-0575.  Our friendly team is here to help and make the experience as easy and seamless as possible.



We endeavor to see you on your schedule and make you feel at ease.  Your consultation is designed to afford the time to understand the goals and treatment options that are recommended.



In certain cases, a procedure may be performed on the same day as your initial consultation. If the procedure requires general anesthesia, we will consult with you in the office and schedule the procedure as soon as possible.

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