Craniofacial surgery

What we do

Craniofacial surgery includes facial plastic surgery and oral/maxillofacial surgery.

At Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, our team of professionals are dedicated to the treatment of facial deformity and associated disorders in children and adults. We treat a variety of facial bone and facial plastic surgery conditions including those experienced from birth or as a result of trauma. We also offer dental surgical treatments related to facial problems and conditions. We also offer micrographic surgery (for skin cancers) and reconstruction services.

At West Middlesex University Hospital we offer a local outpatients service for initial consultation and post-operative review. Our plans are to offer local procedures for non-complex problems as a result of the integration and, as part of the combined trust, we can easily refer patients needing more complex care to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

Range of services

  • Craniofacial conditions including facial clefts, encephalocoeles, hypertelorism, skull base and orbital tumours, vascular malformations, craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly, neurofibromatosis, hemifacial microsomia
  • Facial plastic surgery including nasal reconstruction, skin cancer, facial palsy, facial trauma, aculoplastic surgery, peri-orbital reconstruction, cleft rhinoplasty, neurofibromatosis, post traumatic deformity, prominent ears
  • Orthognathic surgery

Our team

Our team includes specialists with wide-ranging and highly specialised expertise in craniofacial surgery, maxillofacial, neurosurgery and surgeries performed in and around the eye. The team is led by Mr Jonathan Collier, Clinical Lead, Consultant Oral and Craniomaxillofacial Surgeon.

Location

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Department of Plastic Surgery, 1st Floor, Lift Bank D (children on the left, adults on the right).

West Middlesex University Hospital 

Our plastic surgery department is located in Outpatients 3 on the ground floor of the main building.

Contact

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

T: 020 3315 8858

West Middlesex University Hospital 

T: 020 8321 5473

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