Pediatric Craniofacial Center & Clinic
When a child has a facial difference, the family often worries about the youngster’s future and the challenges that lie ahead. A major source of concern for the family is how to identify the myriad care specialists necessary to meet their child’s individual needs.
Florida’s only specialty center for children with craniofacial disorders at Nicklaus Children's Hospital is a full-service resource. It offers comprehensive management for infants, children and young adults with craniofacial disorders, including, but not limited to:
Treatments and Procedures
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Craniofacial Center’s Mission
The Craniofacial Center is committed to providing the best multidisciplinary care for children and families with craniofacial differences. The center will provide comprehensive evaluation and management of all congenital and acquired craniofacial anomalies. It is the center’s goal to advance knowledge through education, community service and physician commitment. Through these efforts, the Craniofacial Center will create a family-centered environment and a Center of Excellence for the care of individuals with craniofacial differences.
A Team Approach to Care
The members of the Craniofacial team work together to develop and deliver a coordinated plan of care to meet each child’s individual needs. The multidisciplinary team is comprised of a wide range of specialists.
Emily was born with Pierre-Robin sequence, a condition present at birth which tends to cause a small jaw, a tongue that is displaced back towards the throat and a cleft palate. She was brought her to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, where she underwent surgery to repair her cleft palate, and since then her life has completely turned around.
10383 Hagen Ranch Rd.
3100 SW 62nd Avenue
11310 Legacy Avenue
Palm Beach Gardens,
13400 SW 120th Street