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Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery

Handling cases nationally and internationally, this pediatric program is recognized as one of the leading centers for the treatment of craniofacial deformities. The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has two internationally renowned craniofacial surgeons who are members of the International Craniofacial Society, an elite group of less than 25 individuals in the world who pioneer treatments for multiple pediatric conditions. 

With one of the largest and most active cleft lip and palate clinics in the United States, pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgeons at Brenner Children’s Hospital are also nationally recognized for the treatment of vascular abnormalities and soft tissue reconstruction. This team also developed novel treatment options for conditions such as positional plagiocephaly, one of the most common cranial abnormalities.