W hen it comes to treating children, there is always the need for a sensitive, compassionate doctor who is specially trained for pediatric plastic surgery and has valuable experience in the field. Dr. Hall has already helped improve the lives of hundreds of families and continues to provide the best standards of medical care and precision pediatric plastic surgery to patients.
Our clinic environment is easy and relaxed and promotes a sense of peace of mind and calmness. We employ a family-centric approach that not only promises excellent results with the procedures but also encourages an abundance of healthy conversation, resources, and support for both children and their families.
Dr. Hall deals with patients from different age groups and understands their different requirements. Therefore, a personalized treatment plan is the first thing that gets worked out after communicating with patients and understanding their problems and expectations. We can help you feel comfortable and you can trust us with the wellbeing of your child.
C hildren can be affected by several congenital and acquired physical conditions that require plastic surgical treatment. Pediatric plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery requires specialized care and skill.
At Trillium Plastic Surgery, Dr. Hall offers a wide range of pediatric plastic surgery procedures that can help improve the quality of life of affected children in many ways. Any physical deformity, whether in the form of a congenital anomaly or a result of an accident or medical condition, can cause severe worry to parents and children alike. There can be concerns about the future and the quality of life of their children when they grow up. In such cases, a number of pediatric plastic surgery techniques can be employed to correct these conditions and provide physical and mental relief.
The key is to have a deep insight into the unique needs of children and how their response to treatment can be different from adults. With years of experience providing pediatric plastic surgery solutions, Dr. Hall provides specialized pediatric plastic surgery procedures that parents can rely on.
D r. Hall provides treatments that can help with different types and classifications of problems. These might be congenital or acquired later in life. At Trillium Plastic Surgery, a wide range of treatment options are always available, including:
Dr. Hall can perform a variety of cosmetic surgery procedures to correct defects and improve appearance. Some of the most common procedures that parents tend to opt for include rhinoplasty (reshaping the nose), otoplasty (repositioning the ears), and genioplasty (repositioning of the chin).
Cosmetic and functional defects such as a cleft lip and cleft palate can be major concerns for parents. These can result in feeding problems, speech impediments, ear infections, and weight gain. Through surgical and orthodontic treatment, these defects can be addressed early on so that normal growth of muscle and tissue can commence and the normal anatomy of these areas can be restored. Children (and adults) who have had cleft lip and palate repairs in the past often desire additional cosmetic improvements throughout their lives.
Defects of the ears can be congenital or brought about by serious accidents or injuries. Conditions like anotia, microtia, and misshapen ears can give way to peer ridicule and teasing while also contributing to the loss of self-esteem. Using several techniques, we can perform appropriate ear reconstruction to restore the natural appearance of the ears.
Most newborn ear deformities in babies do not self-correct over time. To eliminate the risk of a child needing surgery in the future, we offer infant ear molding treatment using the EarWell device. This painless treatment makes use of a soft, pliable device that fits on the ear and encourages it to mold into a normal shape. This is a non-invasive, non-surgical way to deal with the problem effectively but must be done soon after birth.
Several congenital or acquired disorders can be sorted through these surgeries. The goal of these procedures is not only to improve appearance but also to aid in function. Correcting deformities of the skull, dealing with cleft palate and lip conditions, and reconstructing missing or damaged parts of the skeletal structure can be common goals of these procedures.
Many children suffer from ear issues that affect both appearance and functionality. Conditions such as microtia (underdeveloped external ear) or atresia (abnormally narrow or nonexistent ear canals) can certainly make life difficult for children and their parents. Dr. Hall employs a variety of procedures and techniques to deal with these problems, including cartilage and skin grafts.
These can come in the form of birthmarks, vascular abnormalities, and hemangiomas. Normal life including proper vision, eating, and breathing might be disrupted by these problems. Dr. Hall uses the best techniques available to find personalized solutions to specific problem cases. A lot of these procedures can also be carried out with laser therapy as an outpatient procedure.
In many cases, physical defects and deformities can arise because of accidents and injuries. There might be a requirement to repair skin, soft tissue, muscles, and bones. Implants or grafts might be required for treatment and to improve appearance. Dr. Hall is experienced in such cases and can help with any of these problems.
Severe burns can also have multiple implications for children. Therefore, proper burn care is necessary for children. Dr. Hall can provide tailor-made solutions using techniques like cosmetic reconstruction and skin grafting to improve the appearance and restore the quality of life.
If you have a concern not covered here, contact us to see how we can help.
W e understand that dealing with a difficulty that requires pediatric plastic surgery can be a taxing experience for many parents. We are here to put you at ease and make you comfortable so that you can openly discuss your case with you. Get in touch with us via phone or a clinic visit to start a consultation with Dr. Hall now.