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Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery

Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery

Cleft lip and palate surgery is a specialized surgical procedure aimed at correcting congenital deformities of the lip and/or palate. A cleft lip and/or palate occurs when there is a gap or split in the upper lip and/or roof of the mouth (palate) during fetal development. This condition can affect feeding, speech, dental development, and facial appearance. Cleft lip and palate surgery involves repairing the cleft to improve function, aesthetics, and overall quality of life. The surgical approach may vary depending on the severity and extent of the cleft, and may involve multiple procedures performed over several years to achieve optimal results.

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Improved Facial Aesthetics

Cleft lip and palate surgery aims to restore a more natural and symmetrical appearance to the lip, nose, and surrounding facial structures, enhancing overall facial aesthetics.

Enhanced Functionality

Surgery helps improve speech development, feeding ability, dental occlusion, and oral function by closing the cleft and restoring normal anatomy and function of the lip and palate.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Cleft lip and palate surgery can have a profound impact on a patient's quality of life by addressing physical, functional, and psychosocial challenges associated with the condition, allowing for improved self-esteem and social integration.

Our Commitment

We are committed to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to individuals with cleft lip and palate conditions, from infancy through adulthood.


Our multidisciplinary team of plastic surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, otolaryngologists, speech therapists, and other specialists are highly skilled and experienced in performing cleft lip and palate surgeries using advanced techniques and approaches.

Patient-Centered Care

Our primary objective is to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing individualized treatment plans, education, and support tailored to their unique needs and circumstances.

Consultation and Evaluation

The cleft lip and palate surgery journey begins with a thorough evaluation and consultation with our multidisciplinary team, during which we assess the extent of the cleft, discuss treatment options, and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to the patient's needs.

Recovery and Rehabilitation

Recovery following cleft lip and palate surgery requires close monitoring and ongoing care to ensure optimal healing and function. Patients may require speech therapy, dental interventions, and ongoing follow-up appointments to address any residual issues and monitor long-term outcomes.

Surgical Procedure

Cleft lip and palate surgery may involve multiple procedures performed at different stages of development to achieve optimal outcomes. Surgical techniques vary depending on the extent and severity of the cleft and may include lip repair, palate repair, alveolar bone grafting, and revision surgeries as needed.


While individual results may vary, cleft lip and palate surgery can lead to significant improvements in facial appearance, speech, feeding, and overall quality of life. With proper care and follow-up, patients can achieve functional and aesthetic outcomes that allow them to lead fulfilling and rewarding lives.