Craniosynostosis is a condition where a child’s skull bones fuse early before the brain stops growing. It can happen on its own without other related abnormalities (non-syndromic) or stem from an underlying genetic condition (syndromic). Craniosynostosis treatment focuses on opening the fused skull bones, giving the brain room to grow.
In addition to craniosynostosis, our team treats:
- Acquired skull bone malformations (such as traumatic injuries or post-surgery anomalies)
- Bone tumors
- Congenital skull bone abnormalities (skull malformations a child is born with)
- Dermoid cysts
- Soft tissue skull tumors