Children's Procedures

For the Skin

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Lacerations / Cuts

Laceration occurs frequently in children as they are curious and active and do accidentally fall or run into things. You may be worried now that your child had sustained a cut and do not know how to handle the cut.

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Lumps and bumps

Lesions or mass or swellings found on children can cause a lot of concern to parents. They can occur anywhere over the body, but frequently over the head and neck region. They can also occur in many forms.

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Pigmented lesions

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Burns

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Abscesses

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Wound Management for Bites

Bites can commonly occur from animals like dogs and cats that your child plays with. Sometimes they can also occur from humans when accidental injuries occur during play.

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For the Ears

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Prominent ear – otoplasty

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Earwell molding for birth deformities

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Microtia reconstruction

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For the Skull

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Craniosynostosis

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Benign positional plagiocephaly

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For the Lips/Palate

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Cleft lip

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Cleft palate

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Submucous cleft

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