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Dr. Ortlip has participated in two mission trips, one to Vietnam, and one to Belize, where he performed corrective surgeries for cleft lips and palate repair on children. He has also completed a full Ironman triathlon to raise money and awareness for a world pediatric project, with plans to continue this activity in the upcoming years. 

Mission trips

Both Dr. Gadaleta and Dr. Ortlip will be participating in various mission trips in the future as well as pro bono work and are actively planning future projects. 

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A focus on service

Both of our double board-certified plastic surgeons at OG Aesthetics in Menlo Park are deeply committed to using their medical skills and experience to help children across the globe. They perform facial plastic surgeries to resolve medical conditions in regions where treatments are unavailable due to a lack of facilities and surgeons, or in regions where patients lack the wherewithal to travel or afford the cost of surgery.

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Humanitarian pediatric care: Serving the world’s children.

As reported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a staggering 1.7 billion children aged 19 or younger have no access to safe and affordable surgical care. An estimated 453 million children younger than five years old have no access to even life-saving surgical care. Surgical care for the youngest members of the world’s population is often overlooked and is a critical world health situation. 

Our surgeons are committed to seeking out opportunities to perform delicate facial surgeries on children living with conditions such as cleft palate, cleft lip, or other facial conditions that require advanced surgical skills. These children are part of the world community, and we consider it our responsibility to use our hard-won surgical skills to provide care to these underserved communities.

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