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The Craniofacial Center at Cincinnati Children's is committed to improving the quality of life for every child. Our skilled medical and dental team uses a multidisciplinary approach to diagnose, treat and manage children with head and facial abnormalities.
The Craniofacial Center is made up of multiple clinics that evaluate specific types of craniofacial abnormalities or are age specific.
The Craniofacial Center at Cincinnati Children's is composed of specialists representing:
The Cincinnati Children's Craniofacial Center develops a comprehensive treatment plan to meet the individual needs of each child and family. We collaborate closely with the primary care physician in managing your child's craniofacial abnormality.
To assist long-distance patients, Craniofacial Center members serve as consultants to local health care providers and evaluate the child yearly to update the treatment plan.
The Craniofacial Center is dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassionate and respectful care to every patient and family. Our team of experts offers individualized care and attention. Plus, on-site facilities such as the Family Resource Center provide personal, comprehensive, up-to-date assistance. The Family Resource Center staff offers the most current information in response to questions related to diagnoses, medical conditions or procedures. If you would like assistance working with your child's school, the Family Resource Center can also help.
The Genetics clinical nurse specialist and Geneticist meet with parents who are expecting a baby with a craniofacial condition that has been diagnosed prenatally. Parents are counseled about all aspects of craniofacial care.
A team of specialists provides consultation and treatment for newborns hospitalized with airway problems, such as Pierre Robin sequence.
Speech pathologists and clinical nurse specialists provide feeding consultation and hands-on instruction for newborns and infants.
The Pulmonary Medicine doctor on the Craniofacial Team assesses children seen in Craniofacial Team clinic who are at risk for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Children identified at risk for OSA or other pulmonary concerns are referred to Sleep Apnea clinic for further evaluation and management.
Contact the Craniofacial Center with questions or to schedule an appointment, or learn how to refer patients to us.
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