Second only to hearing a baby’s heartbeat for the first time, the ultrasound is a much-anticipated milestone during pregnancy when parents get to see their baby for the first time. However, when a family learns that their child has a craniofacial issue, everything changes. This is a journey that will last a lifetime. myFace aims to start at the beginning in identifying and addressing what it takes to set a family and child up for success.
Join Director of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery, Dr. Thomas A Imahiyerobo, MD, FAAP, FACS at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, New York for this one-hour program followed by a Q&A that will provide valuable insight on the importance of prenatal counseling.
- Gain a perspective on why prenatal counseling is critical to positive outcomes
- Learn what constitutes an adequate prenatal counseling session
- Understand the resources available to help optimize the birth experience
- Learn about the most effective treatment “road map”
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Thomas A Imahiyerobo, MD, FAAP, FACP
Assistant Professor, Plastic Surgery
Columbia University Medical Center
Director, Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery
Morgan Stanley’s Children’s Hospital
New York, NY
Generous funding of this program provided by the Milbank Foundation