Dr Saulat Shabbir, Dr Sundas Fatima, Dr Nazakat
Objective: The aim of this study is to determine the assessment, epidemiology and treatment of the FT (Facial Trauma) among small aged children with strong concentration on the particular challenges faced in these patients. We also discuss the most recent controversies in the administration of this issue. Recent Outcomes: Most of the recent literature associated to the Facial Trauma among pediatrics emphasizes on the etiology, spread and control of such injury problems, with some research works focusing on the administration of this very issue. Generally, therapy of the maxillofacial fractures among pediatrics is very conservative as compared to male patients. When there is requirement of the internal fixation and open reduction, there is recommendation of either impermanent settlement of the absorbable plating or permanent titanium plating systems. We also noted the high utilization of the system of absorbable plating in the rigid fixation of the fractures among pediatrics. But these procedures are not the standard for the treatment. Conclusion: FT among pediatrics are not much frequent but these issues can be the reason of morbidity for long or short period of time. There is a requirement of complete understanding of particular traits in increasing maxillofacial skeleton for the specialist handling these types of injuries. Keywords: Maxillofacial, Skeleton, Fractures, Pediatrics, Therapy, Controversies, Impermanent, Absorbable, Plating, Epidemiology, Etiology.