Craniofacial Surgery

Craniofacial Surgery is a subspecialty of plastic, oral, maxillofacial, and head and neck surgery that is used to address a variety of congenital (existing at birth) and traumatic malformations of the face, skull, and jaws, as well as their linked structure and deformity following surgery. The following defects are treated by craniofacial surgeons: Craniosynostosis is a congenital condition that can cause a variety of problems, including intracranial weight gain, skull distortion, vision impairment, and the formative report. A multidisciplinary approach, including pediatric neurosurgeons, is used in surgical intercession.

• Bone grafting
• Genioplasty
• Cleft lip and palate surgery
• Craniosynostosis surgery
• Surgery to enlarge or reposition the midface, jaw and skull
• Distraction osteogenesis
• Facial reanimation
• Microtia

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