Cleft lip and palate
In the past decades, various approaches have been developed and practiced for treating patients with a cleft lip and palate.
The objective of primary surgery should be to bring all available soft tissue into the right place and to correctly adjust it. It is important to ensure that no unsightly scars are formed, and that the normal functioning of the facial parts, such as the lips, is restored.
We correct unsightly lip scars by bringing the soft tissue (muscles, connective tissue and skin) into the right place and correctly adjusting it.