Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center is a comprehensive tertiary care hospital, treating a wide range of problems -- from common to rare. Because of this, we can assemble some of the country’s finest specialists on our multi-disciplinary teams to help with the complete range of pediatric plastic surgical conditions.
Duke has a long history and commitment to the treatment of cleft lip and palate. Duke’s Comprehensive Craniofacial team is at the forefront of the past two decades of progress in understanding and treating craniofacial developmental conditions.
With world-renowned expertise in microsurgery, Duke plastic surgeons can provide cutting-edge treatment for challenging problems, such as facial paralysis.
Duke Pediatric Plastic Surgery provides treatment for conditions involving the face and all other areas of the body. Such problems can be congenital (birth-related) or acquired.
Pediatric plastic surgeons treat children from birth through young adulthood. They choose to make pediatric care the core of their medical practice.
Other members of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are also integral members of our pediatric specialty programs. Duke's pediatric anesthesiologists direct their scope of care specifically to the special anesthetic needs of infants and children.