Our pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgeons treat infants and children with facial birth defects like cleft lip and palate, craniosynsotosis, hemifacial microsomia, facial palsy, microtia and jaw deformities. They also treat patients with traumatic injuries and problems resulting from the treatment of cancer and other conditions.
Pediatric plastic surgery at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine also plays an important role in our multidisciplinary Vascular Anomalies Clinic and treats patients with deformities resulting from hemangiomas, vascular tumors and vascular malformations, and syndromic overgrowth conditions.
Our surgeons are also available for prenatal counseling. Craniofacial conditions are now more commonly diagnosed before a child is born. Our experts are happy to meet with expecting parents when a diagnosis of a craniofacial condition is made. This will provide you with information so you know what to expect when your baby is born. This helps to ease a family’s concerns so they can enjoy the birth of their child and plan for their future care.
Some of the conditions treated by our surgeons include: