This study is one of the first to stratify injury severity based on the type of surgical treatment required.
CHOC’s virtual lecture series continues with Mandibular Distraction for Neonatal Airway Obstruction: New Insights & Future Directions.
Putting patients’ emotional well-being first, plastic surgeon Dr. Amber Leis’ highest priority is that patients feel cared for and healed.
Dr. Raj Vyas is a pediatric plastic surgeon specializing in reconstructive plastic surgery including clefts and craniofacial anomalies.
Many babies are born with small blemishes—a little patch of redness here, a birthmark there. While these typically aren’t cause for concern, some cases may become problematic and require extra care. “If a hemangioma is in a cosmetically sensitive area, or if it’s impairing vision, eating or hearing, it should be referred to a specialist,” […]
The chances that a child will have a cleft lip or palate can increase if a parent, close relative or another sibling experienced the condition, but the increased risk is still small, Dr. Daniel Jaffurs, a CHOC plastic surgeon, tells “American Health Journal.” Whether a child will experience clefting relies on a variety of factors, […]