The hard skull and facial bones protect the brain, which is a soft organ. If these bones are injured, then the brain becomes more vulnerable. When someone has a knock to the head, the brain moves about and can hit the skull and facial bones. This type of injury may cause the brain to swell and even bleed.
Head and face injuries are dangerous. They can lead to permanent disability, mental impairment, and even death. To most people, head and face injuries are considered an acceptable risk when engaging in sports and other types of recreational activities.
At Fort hospitals, we provide best treatment for head and face injuries with our technologies and in-house equipment. Visit our hospital today or book an online appointment!