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Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery

Craniofacial

 

Cleft Lip and Palate

Cleft lip and/or cleft palate is noted at birth.  Cleft repair is one of the most important phases in the early life of effected children.  Our plastic surgery faculty is uniquely trained in the management of these deformities.  Working with a team of physicians and other health care professionals,  our craniofacial surgeon can advise you regarding the appropriate technique for you or your child.

Craniosynostosis

Craniosynostosis represents an alteration in the way cranial bones are formed or related to one another before birth.  The effected child may experience facial or skull asymmetry.   Craniosynostosis treatment is one of the most important phases in the early life of effected children.  Our plastic surgery faculty is uniquely trained in the management of these deformities.  Working with a team of physicians and other health care professionals, our craniofacial surgeon can advise you regarding the appropriate technique for you or your child.

Ear Reconstruction

Ear deformity may be present from birth or acquired through trauma or skin tumor removal.  Reconstruction is usually accomplished in several stages, often with the use of the patient's own cartilage and skin.  Our craniofacial surgeon can advise you regarding the appropriate technique for you or your child.