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post accident facial reconstruction and eye
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post accident facial reconstruction and eye

Lady age 33 in car accident left side of face crushed and eye destroyed. Initial surgeries left her with eye patch and partly flattened scarred face. Surgeon says no support for a glass eye and no possibility of rebuilding cheekbone. Does this have to be the final situation?
Bonnie
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No, it does not have to be the end. There are many who do reconstructive procedures that are very complex> You need appropriate X-ray studies such as a 3D CT scan, and then a series of photographs. Place them electronically, then find several reconstructive physicians and send them the information. You will get responses and odds are good that someone will help you.

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