Other Pediatric Services

  • Pediatric surgery for craniofacial disorders and birth defects
  • Apert Syndrome (abnormal growth of the skull)
  • Cleft lip and/or cleft palate (separation of the parts or segments of the lip or roof of the mouth)
  • Craniosynostosis (fused bones of the skull)
  • Crouzon Syndrome (premature fusion of skull bones)
  • Ear deformities such as microtia and atresia
  • Facial palsy (congenital deformity that dates from birth, or an acquired deformity that causes complete or partial paralysis of the facial motion)
  • Moebius Syndrome (congenital developmental disorder)
  • Treacher Collins Syndrome (underdeveloped cheek and jaw bones)
  • Goldenhar Syndrome (condition in which the lower half of one side of the face does not grow normally)
  • Hemangioma (benign tumor occurring in infancy)
  • Miller Syndrome (rare condition characterized by downward slanting eyelids)
  • Pfeiffer Syndrome (condition in which certain sutures are fused prematurely)
  • Pierre Robin Syndrome (condition in which the lower jaw is abnormally small)