Parents' and physicians' perceptions of facial plastic surgery in children with Down's syndrome.

Abstract

This study was designed to investigate both parents' and physicians' attitudes and perceptions concerning facial plastic surgery in persons with Down's syndrome. The results of this inquiry revealed that more physicians (63%) than parents (28%) feel that the children's facial features negatively affect their social development; most parents (85%) see their… (More)

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