Facial Fracture (cont.)
Facial Fracture Self-Care at Home
Home care is limited until a doctor sees the injured person.
Use an ice pack on the area to help with pain and swelling.
Apply direct pressure to bleeding areas.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/2/2014
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