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Often, several doctors and other health professionals will help care for a child with cleft lip and/or cleft palate. The team may include primary care health professionals, surgeons, dentists and orthodontists, and a variety of therapists. The staff at most large hospitals can help you to know who you need to see and when. They can also help you schedule appointments.
If your child is born with cleft lip and/or palate, your primary care health professionals may include:
A child born with cleft lip and/or cleft palate needs ongoing evaluation from medical specialists. Sometimes, ongoing procedures or surgery may be needed.
Depending on the exact nature of the problems, a child born with cleft lip and/or cleft palate may need specialized therapy. A wide range of services are available to screen for and treat specific issues, such as speech, hearing, or mental health problems. You may consult:
|Primary Medical Reviewer||John Pope, MD - Pediatrics|
|Specialist Medical Reviewer||Adam David Schaffner, MD, FACS - Plastic Surgery, Otolaryngology|
|Last Revised||January 19, 2012|
Last Revised: January 19, 2012
Author: Healthwise Staff
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