The Craniofacial Center is set up to meet all your child's medical and surgical needs related to their condition – feeding, growth, hearing, breathing, vision and dental.

We have more than 30 years of experience in refining services to reflect what patients and families need most.

  • Craniofacial Surgery
    Our craniofacial surgery team provides the highest level of care for both common and rare conditions that affect bones and soft tissues of the head and face. Read more about the types of surgeries we do.
    • Distraction Osteogenesis
      Distraction osteogenesis is a procedure that moves two segments of a bone slowly apart in such away that new bone fills in the gap.
    • Endoscopic Strip Craniectomy
      We offer this minimally invasive option for babies with sagittal, lambdoid, metopic or unilateral coronal craniosynostosis.
    • Facial Reanimation
      Treatment for facial paralysis may help children with craniofacial microsomia, Moebius syndrome and other conditions.
  • 22q Clinic
    Children with any condition related to 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (a missing part of chromosome 22) can receive treatment through this clinic.
  • 3-D Imaging
    We use 3-D images of a child’s face and skull to diagnose craniofacial conditions and plan treatment and surgery.
  • Airway Management
    The Craniofacial Airway Management Team evaluates children with craniofacial conditions that affect their breathing.
  • Craniofacial Genetics Clinic
    Our clinic provides information on genetic disorders to help patients make informed medical and personal decisions.
  • Craniofacial Orthodontics
    Our craniofacial orthodontists work closely with the rest of the craniofacial treatment team to help treat speech problems and jaw irregularities.
  • Dentistry
    Our dental team plays a key role in a child's overall treatment plan.
  • Feeding Management Team
    Our team provides feeding advice, evaluations and medical expertise.
  • Nasoalveolar Molding (NAM)
    NAM is a nonsurgical method of reshaping the gums, lips and nostrils before cleft lip and palate surgery, lessening the severity of the cleft.
  • Prenatal Counseling
    We guide parents on what to expect after finding a craniofacial difference on a prenatal ultrasound.
  • Sleep Center
    We conduct studies designed to find and treat sleep problems.