Psychological impact and management on maxillofacial trauma patients compared with healthy volunteers
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 6, Pages 451-455
AbstractMaxillofacial fractures are drawing the attention of healthcare professionals as there is an increase in incidence and related injuries. Maxillofacial injury causes the both objective and subjective changes in the face visibly. This appearance can cause mental health difficulties, with psychological disorders such as depression, and anxiety which are more prevalent.There are strong correlations with the correlations between and bad psychosocialability. This condition is often associated with morbidity and agreement thoughhumansconsider that face considersal component of one personality and the body image. Medical treatment may repair the bones that are broken. Many of the patients continue to be at a risk of re- injury or poor psychological outcomes because there is a lack of evaluation in their mental health post traumatic.
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