Craniofacial Surgery Expert Witness
CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY is a surgical subspecialty which diagnoses and treats congenital and acquired deformities of the head, skull, face, neck, and jaw. Craniofacial Surgeons complete four years of medical school followed by a surgical residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, ENT specialties, or Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery followed by fellowship training in Craniofacial Surgery. There is no specific board certification for Craniofacial Surgery. The Craniofacial Surgeon has a unique role in diagnosing and treating congenital and acquired facial deformities that can be disabling or fatal.
Medical malpractice litigation in Craniofacial Surgery is often related to causation, requiring the expert to educate the trier of fact on the cause, extent, and prognosis of various craniofacial deformities and injuries
Craniofacial Surgery Case Matter
Elite Medical Experts reviews all aspects of Craniofacial Surgery litigation and consultation, including:
- Craniofacial clefts
- Acute and chronic sequelae of facial fractures
- Cleft lip and palate
- Treacher Collins Syndrome
- Apert Syndrome
- Crouzon Syndrome
- Craniofacial microsomia
Given the complexity of Craniofacial Surgery, an experienced Board-Certified Craniofacial Surgeon from a leading university medical center is an invaluable resource for challenging assignments. To secure a hand-selected CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY EXPERT WITNESS who is ready to work with you, please contact Elite Medical Experts and speak with a physician or nurse on Elite’s experienced Case Strategy Team today.
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