Dr. Gage answers a family's question regarding their child with Crouzon syndrome and possible surgical options to address a Chiari malformation for the Children's Craniofacial Association
Recently, a family asked me how to decide whether to do a front-orbital advancement or a Chiari decompression first for their daughter with Crouzon syndrome. They had two craniofa… http://kidsplasticsurgery.org/blog/dr-gage-discusses-cranial-vault-surgery-and-chi/
Dr. Gage is happy to partner with the Children's Craniofacial Association for a new "Ask The Doctor" feature on their blog. This month's post answers a family's question regarding treatment of craniofrontonasal dysplasia.
I am excited to continue partnering with the Children's Craniofacial Association to answer family questions about craniofacial conditions. Check out my latest blog post regarding … http://kidsplasticsurgery.org/blog/dr-gage-blogging-childrens-craniofacial-association/
Dr Gage answers a family's questions about 3D printing and how it might by applied in ear reconstruction for the Children's Craniofacial Association blog.
Check out my response to a family's question regarding 3D printing technology and how it might some day be used to improve ear reconstruction. This response is part of my ongoing … http://kidsplasticsurgery.org/blog/dr-gage-3d-printing-and-ear-reconstruction/
Dr. Earl Gage discusses causes of flat heads in babies and how parents can prevent this common problem.
As more parents put their babies to sleep on their backs, pediatricians have noticed an increase in positional plagiocephaly, or flattening of the head. The “Back to Sleep” campaig… http://kidsplasticsurgery.org/blog/preventing-flat-heads/
Dr. Jeffrey Marsh, our senior craniofacial surgeon, was recently recognized by Ladue News for his substantial contributions to pediatric craniofacial care in Asia.
Dr. Jeffrey Marsh has dedicated his entire career to caring for children with craniofacial problems. His personal contributions include not only the surgical care he has personal… http://kidsplasticsurgery.org/blog/dr-marsh-recognized-international-volunteerism/