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We are by your side, from birth to adulthood, to offer expert advice and support. Your team may include a pediatric plastic and craniofacial surgeon, an oral surgeon, a dentist, a pediatric orthodontist, an ENT provider otolaryngologist , a psychologist, a social worker and a geneticist. Because we have all of these specialists under one roof, there is no better place to receive nurturing, expert care to minimize stress and maximize positive results.
Request an Appointment with codes: Plastics and Craniofacial Surgery. Accepted Insurance Plans. Picturing what children look like after surgery gives our families hope and great expectations.
Meet some of our patients who face the world with confidence today and tomorrow after comprehensive, personalized care. Our Cleft team will likely first meet your child before birth.
At weeks, we begin discussing options for surgery, which is usually performed when your child is 3 months old. Oftentimes, we can start treatment within 2 weeks. To ease the burden on you and your family, each member of your multidisciplinary team will rotate through your room in our child-friendly clinic setting.
We are devoted to creating a customize care plan and walking beside you each step that you take on this journey. Have questions about your upcoming visit? Learn more about what to expect before, during and after your cleft lip and palate appointment. Because cleft lip and palate can cause a range of health issues, our team is standing by to help with any need that may arise. We embrace your child from birth to adulthood with dental care, psychosocial support and speech therapy provided by certified Speech Language Pathologists SLPs.
To better serve all of our patients, we are proud to be the only cleft program in North Texas with a speech language pathologist on staff who speaks Spanish.
Plastic and Craniofacial Surgeon. Pediatric Orthodontics Specialist. Physician Assistant - Plastic Surgery. Physician Assistant - Otolaryngology. Nurse Practitioner - Otolaryngology. Speech Pathologist Ear, Nose and Throat.
Speech Pathologist. Cleft Lip and Palate Program. WATCH the video. Treatments Departments and Programs Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery Plastics and Craniofacial Programs and Services Cleft Lip and Palate Program Cleft Lip and Palate Program To restore a child's smile and find their voice, experience matters and compassion counts We are by your side, from birth to adulthood, to offer expert advice and support. Bilateral Cleft Lip affects both sides and the front portion of the gums.
Proactive care starts with neonatal consults Our Cleft team will likely first meet your child before birth. Appointments that cater to you To ease the burden on you and your family, each member of your multidisciplinary team will rotate through your room in our child-friendly clinic setting.
Advanced care through every stage of life with bilingual experts by your side Because cleft lip and palate can cause a range of health issues, our team is standing by to help with any need that may arise. Meet the Care Team. Board Certification: General Medical Council.
Cleft Lip and Palate Program