Objective classification system for sagittal craniosynostosis based on suture segmentation. Qian X, Tan H, Zhang J, Zhuang X, Branch L, Sanger C, Thompson A, Zhao W, Li KC, David L, Zhou X.. Med Phys. 2015;42(9):5545.
Latest trends in minimally invasive synostosis surgery: a review. Sanger C, David L, Argenta L.. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2014;22(4):316-321.
Minimizing donor-site morbidity following bilateral pedicled TRAM breast reconstruction with the double mesh fold over technique. Bharti G, Groves L, Sanger C, Thompson J, David L, Marks M.. Ann Plast Surg. 2013;70(5):484-487.
Efficacy of passive helmet therapy for deformational plagiocephaly: report of 1050 cases. Couture DE, Crantford JC, Somasundaram A, Sanger C, Argenta AE, David LR.. Neurosurg Focus. 2013;35(4):E4.
Aplasia cutis congenita: clinical management of a rare congenital anomaly. Bharti G, Groves L, David LR, Sanger C, Argenta LC.. J Craniofac Surg. 2011;22(1):159-165.
Congenital pyriform aperture stenosis. Bharti G, Groves L, Sanger C, Argenta LC.. J Craniofac Surg. 2011;22(3):992-994.
Difficulties of delayed treatment of craniosynostosis in a patient with Crouzon, increased intracranial pressure, and papilledema. Kirman CN, Tran B, Sanger C, Railean S, Glazier SS, David LR.. J Craniofac Surg. 2011;22(4):1409-1412.
Giant facial lymphangioma. Sanger C, Wong L, Wood J, David LR, Argenta LC.. J Craniofac Surg. 2011;22(4):1271-1274.
Surgical treatment for scaphocephaly and a calcified cephalohematoma. Kortesis BG, Pyle JW, Sanger C, Knowles M, Glazier SS, David LR.. J Craniofac Surg. 2009;20(2):410-413.
Spring-assisted surgery--a surgeon's manual for the manufacture and utilization of springs in craniofacial surgery. Pyle J, Glazier S, Couture D, Sanger C, Gordon S, David L.. J Craniofac Surg. 2009;20(6):1962-1968.
Spring-assisted cranioplasty vs pi-plasty for sagittal synostosis--a long term follow-up study. Windh P, Davis C, Sanger C, Sahlin P, Lauritzen C.. J Craniofac Surg. 2008;19(1):59-64.
The evolving role of springs in craniofacial surgery: the first 100 clinical cases. Lauritzen CGK, Davis C, Ivarsson A, Sanger C, Hewitt TD.. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2008;121(2):545-554.
Prevention of projectile and aerosol contamination during Pulsatile lavage irrigation using a wound irrigation bag. Angobaldo J, Sanger S, Marks M.. Wounds. 2008;20(6):167-170.
Proboscis lateralis: a rare craniofacial anomaly, reconstruction, and long-term evaluation. David LR, Sanger C, Fisher D, Argenta LC.. J Craniofac Surg. 2008;19(4):1107-1113.
Craniofacial dysotosis of Crouzon syndrome. David LR, Sanger C, Railean S, Railean GH, Ciobanu M, Litovcenco A.. Arch Balkan Med Union. 2008;43(3):359-362.
Outcome analysis of our first 75 spring assisted surgeries (SAS) for scaphocephaly [abstract]. Plikaitis C, Sanger C, Glazier S, Argenta L, David LR.. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2008;122(4 Suppl):33.
Maximizing results in craniofacial surgery with bioresorbable fixation devices. Sanger C, Soto A, Mussa F, Sanzo M, Sardo L, Donati PA, Di Pietro G, Spacca B, Giordano F, Genitori L.. J Craniofac Surg. 2007;18(4):926-930.
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Assistant Professor, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cleft Lip and Palate, Botulinum Toxin, Face-lift, Endoscopic Forehead Lift, Chin Implants, Otoplasty, Chemical Peels, Pediatric Surgery, Pigmented Lesions, Maxillofacial Trauma, Cosmetic Surgery, Wound Healing Problems, Craniofacial Surgery, Adult and Pediatric Reconstructive Problems
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I am 67 and this was the absolute worst experience of my life...
Excellent physician - very caring and detailed.
Very pleased with Dr. Sanger and results
Very good experience.
I just felt I could have been told MORE about what my procedure would correct or not.
Dr. Sanger had multiple discussion with my care team about mastectomy vs. lumpectomy. Although the initial recommendation was mastectomy, she was concerned about loss of my upper body strength and recovery and advocated for lumpectomy. I have total confidence that she has my best interest at the heart of her decision.
a few questions above are not applicable
I have never had a bad experience with *Dr. Sanger, she is so honest and pleasant - she's great inside & outside and a great physician. #1. Excellent. #7. Always.
Provider is excellent.