What We Treat
We want your child to have the same opportunities as all children have. The Fogelson Plastic Surgery & Craniofacial Center provides diagnosis and treatment for infants, children and adolescents with acute, traumatic and non-traumatic injuries, including congenital conditions. A few of the conditions we treat include:
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- Congenital hand deformities
- Facial deformities
- Burn, wound and scar management
- Cerebral palsy
- Cleft lip, cleft palate
- Trauma-related injuries
- Leg deformities
- Facial paralysis
- Vascular anomalies
Programs & Treatments
During a single visit to our clinic, your child could be treated by several members of our world-renowned craniofacial and hand deformities and injuries team at once. Our areas of treatment include:
Congenital and Pediatric Hand Deformities
The Hand Surgery Clinic provides diagnosis and treatment for infants and children with acute hand injuries as well as congenital conditions.
The craniofacial surgery team provides diagnosis and treatment for infants and children with injuries as well as congenital deformities to the head and face.
Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
The general reconstructive plastic surgery clinic provides diagnosis and treatment for infants and children with acute, traumatic and non-traumatic injuries.
What to Expect
Many conditions the Center treats require visits to several different specialists for the most appropriate care. Visits to our these specialists are combined into one two-hour morning appointment, cutting down on your time away from work and your child’s time out of school or other activities.
Specialists you might meet during your child’s visit include: dentists, orthodontists, oral surgeons, otolaryngologists, speech pathologists, dermatologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and psychologists.
After your child’s appointment, the clinical team will meet and each specialist will submit a care recommendation report to the primary physician. Because you and your family are a critical part of the decision-making process, we make sure you have a complete understanding of the team’s recommendation and your child’s options.