Healing of a Facial Trauma
21st August 2022: A keen four-year-old cyclist suffered a nasty accident whilst riding at speed down a tarmac road, sustaining a deep, open cut to her chin.
Picture taken at the hospital, showing a very nasty, messy cut to the little girl’s chin. Stitches visible and on the left the wound is gaping.
At A&E the wound was cleaned, assessed by a member of the maxillofacial team to determine any dental misalignment, jaw or oral damage. The chin wound was then stitched requiring seven sutures with additional Steri-Strips to aid closure. Her mother was told she would be left with a scar
This little girl had previously suffered a head trauma aged three, falling down stairs sustaining a deep open forehead wound down to the skull.
Thus her parents were already very familiar with the magic of the Quantum Wave Laser, Deep Oscillation and the Magcell, having witnessed an excellent and vanishing scar to her forehead.
I was out of the country when this accident occurred, so arranged for the machines to be lent giving transatlantic instructions. Each day her chin was cleaned, treated and pure Rosa Mosqueta oil applied and lasered in on a scar setting.
May 2023 and August 2023, her chin is healed without scarring, the redness is only picked up by the camera, it is not visible in normal light.
She is a very compliant patient and an excellent result has been achieved, her beautiful little face can now blossom with imperceptible scarring.
Accident proof attire to be warn at all times, as suggested by the little girl’s mother.
Quantum laser, magcell, and deep oscillation are innovative technologies that can all be beneficial in the treatment of facial trauma.
1. Quantum laser therapy: Quantum lasers, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), utilize specific wavelengths of light to stimulate cellular function and promote tissue healing. In the case of facial trauma, quantum laser therapy can help reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, improve blood circulation, promote tissue regeneration, and accelerate the overall healing process.
2. Magcell therapy: Magcell therapy involves the use of electromagnetic fields to enhance cellular metabolism and tissue regeneration. By applying targeted magnetic fields to the affected area, magcell therapy can help reduce swelling, relieve pain, and stimulate the body's natural healing mechanisms. It has been shown to improve tissue recovery and can be beneficial in the management of facial trauma.
3. Deep oscillation therapy: Deep oscillation therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses an electrostatic field to create deep, gentle vibrations within the tissues. These vibrations can help reduce oedema (swelling) and heamatoma formation, improve lymphatic drainage, enhance the healing process, and provide pain relief. Deep oscillation therapy can be particularly useful in the early stages of facial trauma to reduce inflammation and minimize tissue damage.
It's worth noting that these innovative technologies should always be used in conjunction with standard medical treatments and under the guidance of a healthcare professional. The specific application and duration of these therapies will depend on the severity of the facial trauma and the individual patient's needs.