Our mission is to provide high
quality surgical care to babies
and children with facial
Our mission is to provide high quality surgical care to babies and children with facial abnormalities in developing countries around the world
Developing Faces just completed a successful surgical mission to Guatemala City. We treated 28 children with complex facial abnormalities. Our next mission is scheduled for March 2016.
Dr. Morin recently completed a mission to Ibague, Colombia with Dr. Francoise Firmin, the world’s authority on ear reconstruction. Dr. Morin and Dr. Firmin worked with the organization Que Canten Los Ninos to perform 1st and 2nd stage ear reconstruction on children with microtia (congenital absence of the ear). During his time with Dr. Firmin, Dr. Morin learned the important yet subtle techniques that make her results the best in the world.
Nine days after the January 2010 earthquake, Dr. Morin traveled to Port-au-Prince, Haiti with Miami Children’s Hospital, the University of Miami, and Project Medishare to perform life and limb saving surgery on children. Dr. Morin was the only plastic surgeon at the Port-au-Prince airport “hospital” during the week he was there.
Click here to watch the ABC Nightline video ER: Haiti.
Dr. Morin spent one week in Rizal, Philippines with the organizations PAGES and Operation Hope. During that time, he performed cleft lip and palate surgery on children whose ages ranged from 6 months to 18 years.
Dr. Morin participated on a surgical mission to Mauritius where he spent 10 days operating on children with secondary deformities related to cleft lips and palates that had been initially repaired years before.