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Reasons You Need to See a Craniofacial Surgeon

Reasons You Need to See a Craniofacial Surgeon

by Natalie (SU)
Not everyone needs a craniofacial surgeon, but when you do, it is very important that you seek appropriate treatment from one of these highly skilled and qualified specialists. Craniofacial surgeons are dentists and medical doctors, that, after finishing residencies in either oral and maxillofacial surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, or ear nose and throat surgery, then complete a fellowship that trains them in treating complex deformities of the head, skull, face, jaw, and neck. While some children are born with congenital abnormalities, others may develop deformities as they grow, and still other people develop problems as a result of other medical issues or trauma.

Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP) Orthognathics in Plastic Surgery

by ih-est admin
Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki, M.D. from the Atlantic Center of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, and Mike AppleGate from KLS Martin speak about the performance of jaw surgery with Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP) Orthognathics.

Dr. Eric Stelnicki Uses VSP Orthognathics for Craniofacial Microsomia

by ih-est admin
Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki, M.D. is the first craniofacial surgeon to use Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP Orthognathics) in the state of Florida for treatment of complex jaw deformities related to craniofacial disorders.