The Division of Plastic Surgery sees a number of patients in the following clinics:
The H.B. Williams Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery Unit: A large comprehensive multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals and medical specialists focused on the care of complex craniomaxillofacial (pertaining to the skull and face) deformities as well as children born with cleft lip and/or palates.
Treatments include procedures for craniofacial deformities, distraction osteogenesis, cleft lip and cleft palate repair. Dr. Mirko Gilardino is the Director of the Unit.
Our Ear Reconstruction Program is integrated in the unit and Dr. Lucie Lessard is the program director. We perform many types of surgery on patients who have congenital malformations of the ears, mouth and jaw.
The Brachial Plexus Clinic: This clinic is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of patients with problems affecting the brachial plexus,: a group of five nerves that provide movement and sensation to the arm. Dr. Teanoosh Zadeh and Dr. Stephanie Thibodeau are responsible for the clinic.
The Hand Clinic: This clinic specializes in the evaluation and treatment of different types of hand conditions, usually acquired at birth, but sometimes the result of traumatic hand injuries and other conditions. Our multidisciplinary team offers a variety of treatment options including microsurgery that aims to minimize the need for multiple surgeries, and reconnection of amputated body parts. .
The Burn Clinic: The Burn Clinic at the Montreal Children’s Hospital treats patients suffering from skin burns which range from minor ailments to major burns requiring inpatient admission and surgery. Our team is made up of a variety of health professionals including doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and social workers and is closely linked with the hospital’s Trauma department.