Faces of Battle opens to the public on 10 November.
"We know it's a difficult exhibition to come to, but people should be able to see what these injuries looked like," Ms Doty says.
"And we want people to reflect on their own appearance - what would it mean if that changed?
"We live in an appearance-obsessed society and if you say 'plastic surgery', people think Nip/Tuck. But when they see this they'll hopefully realise what it's really about."