Our 2 approved Cleft and Craniofacial teams work together to provide our patients and their families with high-quality, innovative medical and surgical care. Our providers are recognized as experts not just in our region and in our nation, but around the world.
The team is made up of physicians, dentists, speech pathologists, registered nurses, pediatricians, and other specialists who collaborate on a daily basis to provide the best care possible.
We use a multidisciplinary approach, with care team members from a wide variety of disciplines working together to improve the quality of life for the children we treat. We have the experience and capability to care for patients with craniofacial anomalies from infancy to adulthood.
Our treatment plans are specific to each patient we see. After a patient has been diagnosed with a craniofacial anomaly, physicians must decide upon the most effective strategy to treat that problem. We meet as a team to discuss possible treatment options and create a comprehensive plan based on your child’s individual needs.
Our surgeons are highly experienced and have special training in the treatment of craniofacial anomalies. They are board-certified and have completed residencies in addition to further fellowship training in Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery. We offer treatment for the full scope of craniofacial conditions, whether your child needs a cleft lip repair, cranial vault reconstruction, jaw distraction surgery, or other surgical procedure whether minor or complex.
Our team uses minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible as well as pre-surgical techniques to help minimize scarring.
We actively care for more than 1000 children in the region with craniofacial anomalies, including cleft lip and cleft palate. We study ways to improve treatments through research. We routinely evaluate our outcomes, discussing them with each other in order to come up with better solutions to problems.
Our craniofacial team is dedicated to spreading their knowledge to others and has made a major commitment to overseas philanthropic work. They regularly perform pro bono surgical training and patient care in developing regions including Central America, South America, and Asia. The goal is to teach other care providers craniofacial surgical techniques so they can become self-sufficient and provide the same comprehensive treatment that we do, but locally for their own population.
• Cleft lip and Cleft palate
• Goldenhar syndrome and Hemifacial microsomia
• Mandibulofacial dysostosis and Treacher Collins Syndrome
• Syndromic craniosynostosis and Non-syndromic craniosynostosis
• Plagiocephaly and Positional Skull Deformities
• Skeletal jaw abnormalities
• Pierre Robin Sequence and Sleep Apnea
• Other Syndromes and conditions involving the skull, face, and jaws