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29JAN
2018

Tom Connolly, MD

Dr. Connolly is retiring after a long and successful practice. He has been a member of the Vermont Cleft Palate / Craniofacial clinic for more than 30 years and has touched the lives of many, many people over the years. Although he he retiring form active practice and surgery, he has said that he wants to continue to be involved in the VCPC clinic and...

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18JAN
2018

Vermont's Only Pediatric Plastic Surgeon Donald Laub Gives Kids A Reason to Smile

Opal and Patrick Sutton are real-life wonders. Like fifth grader Auggie Pullman, the main character in the 2012 children's novel and recently released motion picture Wonder, Opal and Patrick were born with severe craniofacial anomalies. Both children, who are biologically unrelated, were abandoned as infants on the streets of China and defied overwhelming odds to survive. Opal was born with a large craniofacial nevus, or "mole gone...

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18JAN
2018

Dr. Laub, MD

Donald Laub Jr., MD, FACS, grew up in Palo Alto, California. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in biochemistry. He attained his Master of Science at Stanford University before attending medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Laub completed his residency training in Plastic Surgery at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, and completed a...

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18JAN
2018

What is the Treatment of Cleft Palate?

Correction of palatal defect facilitates easier speaking and eating for the patient. This video describes the procedure of closing cleft palate. ...

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