Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive surgery

A child may need plastic and reconstructive surgery if he or she has a condition affecting the body’s appearance and function. Surgery may be recommended for children with congenital birth defects that affect the skull, face, hands, feet, or skin. This involves diagnosis and treatment in the following areas of expertise: The cleft lip or cleft palate experts effectively treat children born with cleft lips and palates, while our craniofacial specialists handle congenital and acquired deformities of the skull and facial bones. It includes diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the blood vessels of the skin. These are typically congenital disorders including hemangioma and arteriovenous malformation. It also involves the correction of physical defects—both congenital and acquired. Examples of procedures include burn reconstruction, ear reconstruction, tissue expansion for large birthmarks and correction of facial paralysis.

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