Center for Craniofacial Disorders
Healthcare professionals in the Center for Craniofacial Disorders at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin provide comprehensive care to children with common to complex craniofacial disorders and plastic surgery needs. We are available to meet with families before their child is born if a prenatal ultrasound shows a cleft or other craniofacial disorder, as well as after birth or when the disorder is identified.
At Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, we provide family-centered care because we know that a child's health affects the whole family. We create a partnership with families talking openly and often about their child's care and their personal beliefs. Our goal is to support families by building on their strengths.
Our staff specializes in caring for children and many have advanced degrees and training. Our doctors are trained and certified in plastic surgery and devote their entire practice to treating kids, or adults with congenital defects.
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We diagnose and treat the following:
- Cleft lip and cleft palate.
- Congenital defects/birthmarks.
- Craniofacial abnormalities (anomalies).
- Craniofacial trauma (such as burns and dog bites).
- Facial paralysis.
- Giant congenital nevus.
- Pierre Robin Sequence and airway obstruction.
- Plagiocephaly (Deformational).
- Vascular malformations and hemangiomas.