A small wire is inserted directly into the cochlea through the mastoid for the cochlear implantation procedure. This is connected with a small implant buried directly under the skin. This allows soundwaves to be converted directly to electrical energy to stimulate the cochlea.
Craniofacial Orthodontics. The craniofacial clinic offers comprehensive orthodontic services for patients with craniofacial and/or cleft lip/palate malformations.
The Thyroid Center at Arkansas Children’s Hospital provides assessment from infants to young adults with thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer, hyperthyroidism, and hypothyroidism.
The otolaryngology team at Arkansas Children's provides comprehensive Ear, Nose and Throat care, including treatment for congenital anomalies and plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The Cleft Lip and Palate Program at Arkansas Children's Hospital incorporates an interdisciplinary team, with each member specializing in pediatric care.
The Arkansas Children’s Aerodigestive Program constructed a multidisciplinary program that specializes in the diagnosis and surgical management of pediatric upper aerodigestive problems.
The Voice Clinic at Arkansas Children's incorporates a multidisciplinary team, with each member specializing in pediatric care.