Your face is one of the more important parts of you. After all, not only do you want to look your best, but others also rely on your face to recognize you immediately. Regrettably, a car accident may forever change the way your face looks.
According to Penn Medicine, car accidents are a leading cause of facial lacerations, particularly for those who do not wear seat belts. Lacerations, of course, may range in severity from superficial cuts to deep gashes. Sadly, facial lacerations may turn into physical and psychological scars.