World Craniofacial Foundation
The World Craniofacial Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing help, hope and healing for children with craniofacial abnormalities. Contributions enable the WCF to provide for craniofacial treatment and help with secondary costs, resources for families, and continuing education for physicians, plus crucial, hands-on surgical training for young doctors.
The WCF advocates for the cause of children and adults with craniofacial deformities, communicates their needs for specialized care, and disseminates the news that excellent outcomes are achievable and available.
WCF supports the treatment of nearly all birth-related and acquired deformities of the head and face, including trauma, degenerative diseases and tumors. The following is a list of the conditions cared for by the World Craniofacial Foundation: cleft lip and cleft palate Apert syndrome Crouzon Syndrome craniosynostosis hypertelorism Treacher-Collins syndrome herifacial microsomia jaw deformities hemifacial atrophy TMJ discorders malocclusion neurofibromatosis fibrous dysplasia brain-related tumors cranial base tumors malignant tumors