As a cleft lip and palate patient, I've learned that there is no perfect way to deal with being born with a cleft. As I am very well aware, the beauty of this is that you can learn to find the best ways to process being born different that are as unique as the beautiful smile you were born with. Below you can click the articles to read some advice I would give to those living with a cleft or friends and family who know someone affected by a cleft lip and/or palate.

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Advice for Patients
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Advice for Friends and Family

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