Professor David David AC is a specialist in the area of Craniomaxillofacial Surgery and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck. He has and will continue to, treat patients from all over the world. Professor David is Head of the Australian Craniofacial Unit and President of The Australian Craniomaxillofacial Foundation. Professor David specialises in treatment of Craniosynostosis and associated syndromes, cleft lip and palate and associated syndromes, other craniofacial deformities, trauma related fractures and lacerations and lesions (tumours) of the head and neck. He also performs cosmetic/aesthetic surgery of the Head and Neck including face lifts, brow lifts, orthognathic (jaw) surgery and rhinoplasty. The categories of conditions managed are Craniosynostoses, Romberg Hemifacial Atrophy, Apert Syndrome, Binder Syndrome, Cleft Lip and/or palate Craniosynostosis Syndromes, Crouzon Syndromes , Deformational Plagiocephal, Hemifacial Microsomia, Jaw Deformities, Orthognathic, Pfeiffer Syndrome, Pierre Robin Syndrome, Saethre-Chotzen Syndrome, Tessier Clefts and Treacher Collins Syndrome. Professor David is committed to providing excellence in healthcare to the craniofacially deformed, via the provision of expert multi-disciplinary medical treatment to patients, providing support to their families and training medical and ancillary health care providers to do the same. He also works closely with ethicists on developing ethical approaches to the rapidly advancing areas of craniofacial surgery involving prenatal diagnosis, the introduction of new technology in surgery and the selection of patients for reconstructive surgery.