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Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Repair

A cleft lip occurs when the right and left sides of an infant’s lips do not fully meet. A cleft palate occurs when the right and left sides of the roof of the mouth do not meet. These are congenital effects but can be successfully corrected through advanced plastic surgery. Dr. Craig Rowin and Dr. Ram Kalus—our experienced plastic surgeons—combine reconstructive and cosmetic surgery to reach aesthetically pleasing results.

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Contact our South Carolina plastic surgery practice to discuss your child’s options.

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