Conditions We Treat - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery | The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Conditions We Treat

Our surgeons have vast experience with the full spectrum of plastic surgical problems — from the routine to the rare. We treat problems resulting from birth deformities, trauma (such as motor vehicle accidents and burns), masses, growths or tumors (including cancer, neurofibroma and fibrous dysplasia), and growth disturbances (after radiation therapy), as well as appearance-related disorders.

Our surgeons work in multidisciplinary teams throughout the institution to treat a wide variety of conditions and anomalies. Click on a topic below to expand the section and learn more about the related conditions that can be treated by plastic and reconstructive surgical procedures.

Brachial Plexus – brachial plexus and peripheral nerve injuries

Facial Motion Disorders – disorders that result in absent, weakened or abnormal facial motion in children

Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate – congenital abnormalities of the mouth and lip

Craniofacial Deformities – congenital and acquired anomalies of the skull and face

Vascular Malformations – blood vessel abnormalities of the face and body

Velopharyngeal Dysfunction – a condition that causes complications with swallowing, breathing and speech

 

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