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Our dedicated, patient- and family-centered multidisciplinary team provides coordinated, state-of-the-art-treatment plans and surgical repair and reconstruction for children and adolescents with a variety of conditions. To learn more, visit our Conditions Treated page.
As part of one of the nation’s leading pediatric medical centers, the Division of Plastic Surgery is able to provide comprehensive, compassionate care for the most difficult conditions your child may have. Explore our specialized programs on our Programs and Centers page.
Learn about the cutting-edge research currently under way in the Plastic Surgery Research Division, including our Bone Tissue Engineering Research Program.
The Craniofacial and Pediatric Plastic Surgery fellowship provides a focused, dedicated craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgical experience, both clinical and academic.
Learn more about our interdisciplinary team of investigators who conduct basic and translational skin research.
Outcome measurement is a cornerstone of quality improvement research. Yet, in cleft surgery, U.S. centers do not rigorously measure their patients’ outcomes. Current measures are provider and center dependent. To achieve similar improvements in cleft surgery, there is a critical need to consistently measure patient outcomes and to use these results to drive improvement. Dr. Sitzman’s long-term goal is to design healthcare delivery interventions that reduce variation and improve outcomes for children with cleft palate and cleft lip, and to conduct clinical trials to determine the efficacy and effectiveness of these interventions.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Craig Gendron is Plastic Surgery’s new clinical craniofacial fellow. Craig Gendron graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada and his most recent appointment was as Chief Resident, section of Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery, Health Sciences Center & St. Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
In 2014, Dr. Christopher Gordon and Dr. Scott Rapp treated patients in Cuba; taking supplies and making the best of what little resources were available. They performed pro-bono surgeries on patients who would have otherwise gone untreated. This is possible due to Dr. Gordon’s collaboration with the William Solar Children’s Hospital and the Calixto Garcia Hospital. Dr. Gordon has been asked to assist with complex reconstruction surgeries on cancer patients utilizing new techniques developed at Cincinnati Children's.
The surgeons of the Division of Plastic Surgery at Cincinnati Children’s offer the complete spectrum of pediatric plastic surgery services, both reconstructive and cosmetic. Our team of surgeons and care providers offer thorough diagnosis and expert procedures that will result in the best possible outcome for your child. With our family centered approach we'll work closely with you and your child to ensure that you fully understand and are comfortable with the care we provide to your child.
We specialize in the full spectrum of pediatric plastic surgeries, including:
Our sole focus is to give your child the best possible surgical results. Our doctors conduct some of our specialty’s leading basic and clinical research. We are also a respected training facility for future generations of pediatric plastic surgeons. Much of the latest knowledge and many of the latest techniques are developed and perfected in our facilities.
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