Craniofacial surgery

Surgery of the head and skull to treat congenital and acquired conditions from trauma or disease.


Our craniofacial surgeons treat a range of conditions, including complicated wounds, skin cancers and congenital conditions.

They also reconstruct deformities from cancer, accidents and carry out cosmetic surgery.

All of our craniofacial surgeons are experienced in treating adults and children, and work very closely with our children's department.

Many procedures can be performed on an out-patient basis in our theatres, with aftercare provided by the surgeon and their experienced medical team.

Our surgeons have gone through specialised training in aesthetic surgery, and will provide the highest levels of support and expertise throughout your treatment.

Related conditions

Common conditions treated include:

  • cleft lip and palate
  • craniosynostosis – non-symmetrical growth of the skull in children
  • facial burns
  • facial clefts
  • eyelid tumours
  • neurofibromatosis – tumours that develop on your nerve tissue
  • jaw deformity
  • oculoplastic – eyelid and eye socket deformities
  • traumatic injury
  • skull base tumours
  • vascular anomalies – prominent veins in the face

Our craniofacial surgeons work as part of multidisciplinary teams to treat cancer and complex conditions affecting the face, neck and skull.

Why choose us?

At Bupa Cromwell Hospital, you can expect:

  • leading plastic surgeons with specialised experience in all aspects of craniofacial reconstruction.
  • a multidisciplinary team of specialists, nurses and consultants
  • expertise in complex cases, including cancerous tumours that occur on the face, neck or head

Our specialist consultants

“I had a great experience at the Cromwell Hospital; the staff were amazing, and is another level of professionalism compared to other hospitals I’ve stayed in.”

Lorne, patient

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