Hundreds of people with cranio/maxillofacial trauma are treated every year at Rhode Island Hospital. In addition, the combined cranio/maxillofacial service treats patients with a variety of related congenital and developmental disorders. Physician staff members have completed specialized training in otolaryngology, dentistry or orthodontics.
All intracranial and paracranial procedures are performed in conjunction with the neurosurgery department. In addition, plastic surgeons work closely with neurosurgery, otolaryngology, and ophthalmology to provide craniofacial approaches for tumor removal.
The plastic surgery department at Rhode Island Hospital actively conducts both clinical and laboratory research in cranio/maxillofacial surgery.
For more information about plastic surgery services, call Rhode Island Hospital at 401-444-2299.
The Cleft and Craniofacial Center at Hasbro Children's Hospital is made up of an interdisciplinary team that works to create the best treatment plan for each child. Our subspecialty surgeons have each completed fellowships in pediatric and craniomaxillofacial surgery. They specialize in the surgical treatment of congenital and acquired disorders of the face and skull, including both the soft tissue and the bones.