Despite education, regulations and preventive measures firework injuries still occur. Common firework injuries include burns, trauma due to flying fireworks and explosion trauma. Males outnumbered females by 2.5 : 1. The hand is the most frequently injured body part, followed by the eyes, the face, the groins and lower extremities. The craniofacial skeleton and dentition are less frequently effected. Severe facial firework trauma need a multidisciplinary approach. The dentist has to be aware of the longterm complications of firework injuries in the face such a trismus due to contraction of the skin, the muscles and the oral mucosa, and multilation of the dentition, alveolar process and soft tissues.