Skull deformities — either congenital or acquired later in life — can have a devastating toll on your sense of self. Fortunately, there is a range of techniques available to enhance or restore your appearance.
If a skull defect is harming your confidence and quality of life, consider speaking with a specialized neuroplastic surgical team. Our experts have experience treating a range of skull deformities, including those from:
Alleviating visible deformity and scalp ischemia by embedding a shunt within a valve agnostic cranial implant
Skull tumor removal and simultaneous cranioplasty to prevent a skull defect, visual deformity and social stigma
Cranioplasty and an embedded neuromodulation device for epilepsy
Reconstruction and cranioplasty to correct post-neurosurgical temporal hollowing over the left forehead after meningioma removal
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What You Need to Know About Neuroplastic Surgery
Johns Hopkins neuroplastic surgeon Chad Gordon describes how patients who need brain surgery can benefit from neuroplastic surgery, a new field that combines the expertise of neurosurgery with plastic and reconstructive surgery to preserve or restore a patient’s appearance.