Cleft lips come in many shapes and sizes. A child can have a cleft on one side of the lip (unilateral) or on both sides of the lip (bilateral). The cleft lip can extend all the way to nose (complete cleft lip) or to skin below nose (incomplete cleft lip). A child may also have one type of cleft lip on one side and a different kind of cleft on the other side. Every infant is unique.
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Craniofacial anomalies are among the world’s most common birth defects. Craniofacial anomalies are deformities in the growth of the head and facial bones. These abnormalities are present at birth, can range from mild to severe, and may require an operation to correct.
The University of Michigan’s section of Plastic Surgery is a nationally recognized leader in cosmetic, reconstructive and pediatric plastic surgery.
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