Trauma Surgery

Fractured bones and broken bones are the same thing.  Fractures can be incomplete (aka greenstick), non-displaced, or minimally, moderately, or severely displaced.  Displaced means the bone pieces have moved out of place.

These surgeries include sedation if done in the office.  Many of these surgeries are done in the operating room & anesthesia is billed by the anesthesiologist who generally accepts your medical insurance.

Currently there is a $25 PPE fee added to these surgeries if we do them in our office.

Mandible fracture, maxillo-mandibular fixation (MMF):  $2,800 per fracture

Wiring the mouth closed to allow healing.

Mandible fracture, maxillo-mandibular fixation (MMF) with open reduction:  $3,000 per fracture

Wiring the mouth closed to allow healing.

Mandible fracture, open reduction & internal fixation (ORIF), intraoral approach:  $2,500 per fracture

Putting metal plates, screws, and/or wires on or into the bone to allow healing.

Mandible fracture, open reduction & internal fixation (ORIF), extraoral approach: $3,300 per fracture

Putting metal plates, screws, and/or wires on or into the bone to allow healing.

Dentoalveolar fracture repair: $2,400 per fracture

These are fractures of the bone around the teeth.  The teeth are usually loose.

Facial fracture, ORIF: $1,600 per fracture

Includes nose, maxilla, ZMC, orbit, frontal bone, and zygomatic arch.

Nasal fracture, closed reduction: $870

Coronal or bicoronal flap for access: $1,200

Allows access to the forehead and upper face for trauma or pathology surgery.

Laceration repair, simple: $600 per wound

Single layer closure.

Laceration repair, intermediate: $860 per wound

Multi-layer closure.

Laceration repair, complex: $1,200 per wound

Multi-layer and/or flap closure.