Facial trauma is a serious physical injury that affects the facial bones, tissue, and skin and it is also known as maxillofacial trauma and these types of injuries are not life-threatening injuries until and unless the situation becomes severe bleeding. Injuries to the face, teeth, jaws, and mouth may result in affecting oral function, breathing, vision, facial movement, and physical appearance. If these types of injuries are left without any treatment it may lead to permanent disfigurement or serious facial impairments like inability to talk, eat, or cannot breathe properly. Facial injuries can occur due to sports injuries, falls, acts of violence, or Road accidents, and they are often characterized by swelling, pain, numbness, or bruising in the surrounding tissue. A crooked cavity, sunken cheekbone, or misaligned teeth also can be indications of facial fractures or injuries. A facial fracture is a broken bone in the face such as Nasal bones, orbital bones, zygomas bones or cheekbones, frontal or forehead bones, upper jaw (Maxillary bones), and lower jaw (Mandible bones). Some other bones are found deeper within the facial structures and muscles require for chewing and swallowing are attached to these bones.