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  1. Cleft Palate - Frequently Asked Questions

    Learning about cleft palate: What is cleft palate? How common is it? Can it be prevented during pregnancy? How are cleft lip and cleft palate related? Being diagnosed: What kind of physical exam is given? What are the different classifications of cleft palate? What are some common concerns parents have? Getting treatment: Besides surgery,what other treatment will my child need? Which health ...

  2. Doctors Who Treat Cleft Lip and Palate - Topic Overview

    Often,several doctors and other health professionals will help care for a child with cleft lip and/or cleft palate. The team may include primary care health professionals,surgeons,dentists and orthodontists,and a variety of therapists. The staff at most large hospitals can help you to know who you need to see and when. They can also help you schedule appointments. Primary care health ...

  3. Tummy Time: Why It's Important

    WebMD talks about why tummy time is important for babies and how to recognize signs of the baby blues.

  4. Cleft Palate: Feeding Your Baby - Topic Overview

    Feeding a baby who has cleft palate can be a challenge. Your baby may have a problem making a tight seal between his or her mouth and the nipple. But with a little preparation,you can successfully feed your baby with breast milk or formula. Bottle-feeding A health professional who specializes in babies with cleft palate can show you how to bottle-feed your baby in the best way. The health ...

  5. Reconnecting With Your Partner After Pregnancy

    WebMD discusses the normal change that occurs in a home after baby is born and how to keep the connection with your partner after pregnancy.

  6. Repair of Choanal Atresia - Risks

    The main risk of surgery to repair choanal atresia is needing another surgery if the airway does not stay open. In general, children have a small risk of infection or bleeding. Any surgery involving general anesthesia carries a small amount of risk. Call the doctor if your child has bleeding, a fever of, pus coming from the nose, or you are unable to keep the stents clear so your child can ...

  7. Repair of Choanal Atresia - How Well It Works

    Surgery cures the problem. Most children need only one operation, but in some cases, the procedure may be repeated if the nasal passages close again. ...

  8. Repair of Choanal Atresia - Surgery Overview

    Choanal atresia (say "KOH - uh - nul uh - TREE - zhuh") is blockage by bone or tissue of the nasal passages (choana) leading from the back of the nose to the throat. The condition-present at birth in about 1 in 7, 000 babies-makes it impossible to breathe through the nose. Choanal atresia is diagnosed at birth when both passages are blocked. If only one passage is blocked, the diagnosis may be mad

  9. Repair of Choanal Atresia - What to Expect After Surgery

    After surgery, your baby should be able to breathe normally and will be able to breast - feed or bottle - feed. Newborns stay in the hospital for a few days; older children having surgery on one side may go home after a day or two. Health professionals will teach you how to suction your baby's nasal passages at home to keep the stents open until they can be removed. They also will have you watch f

  10. Repair of Choanal Atresia - What to Think About

    Surgery may be delayed until the child is 2 or 3 years old if only one nasal passage is blocked.The transnasal technique requires less operating time than the transpalatal approach, but the risk of the nasal passages closing later may be higher. ...

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