The Plastic Surgery clinic at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford helps patients ranging in age from newborns to adolescents with a variety of conditions including:
- Cleft lip and palate deformities
- Malformations in the face or skull (maxillofacial) bones
- Vascular malformations / hemangiomas
- Facial bone fractures
- Facial asymmetry and problems present at birth (congenital). Facial asymmetry is a face with unequal shape or size.
- Frontal (skull) bone tumors and cysts
- Nasal bone and septal problems. The nasal septum is cartilage that divides the nose into two chambers.
- Eyelid and socket (orbital) anomalies
- Other problems present at birth (congenital) or that develop after birth (acquired)
To learn more about the division of Plastic Surgery's research and academic activities, please visit plasticsurgery.stanford.edu.