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Cheekbone fracture

Cheekbone fracture

Fracture of the cheekbone usually occurs by a direct blow. The eye is situated just above it and therefore almost always incurs damage from the injury. Chewing may also become difficult. If the blow is hard enough then the head can also be injured. X-ray and scans are used to decide what treatment is required.

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