Craniosynostosis is the premature closure of one or more cranial vault sutures, resulting in deformation of the skull and sometimes the face. As the brain grows, this restriction of growth can cause increased intracranial pressure, which can manifest with developmental delay, headaches, or vision loss. Although early diagnosis is best, we can treat most cases of craniosynostosis at any age, from infants to teens. Innovative technologies are employed to provide optimal results. Our neurosurgeons are part of a craniofacial team, consisting of plastic surgeons, dentists, and social workers, to provide comprehensive care for patients with craniosynostosis.