Pediatric Surgery Clinic in Dubai | Pediatric Surgeon Dubai

Pediatric surgery is a field of medicine dedicated to the surgical care of newborns, infants, children, and adolescents. We at CMC Dubai have a comprehensive care provided by a multi-disciplinary team of pediatric surgeons, pediatricians, neonatologists, obstetricians and dedicated pediatric nurses. Because we understand that your child is not a small adult, we attend to both the medical needs and the relief of the psychological stress that a surgical procedure incurs on a child.

Pediatric surgery aims at treating congenital malformations, hernias, pediatric tumors, systemic diseases, and cases of trauma. Pediatric surgeons are responsible for providing the correct diagnosis as well as managing the child before and after the surgery. They operate on several regions of the body such as the abdomen, urogenital system, chest as well as the head and neck.

Neonatal surgery makes up a considerable portion of pediatric surgery, where procedures are performed on newborn babies. Most congenital anomalies are diagnosed prior to birth during routine ultrasound scans, but some are detected after birth. These are rare conditions that may involve multiple organs and require high-level of expertise with a profound understanding of embryology and fetal biology.


Some common pediatric surgical procedures include tonsillectomy, appendectomy, hernia repair, and corrective surgery for congenital abnormalities such as cleft lip and palate.

At Clemenceau Medical Center Hospital Dubai, our Pediatric Surgeons have a combined 60+ years experience and are experienced in a range of surgeries including: circumcision, neonatal surgery, pediatric urology, hepato-biliary surgery and oncologic surgery.

Preparing your child for surgery involves providing age-appropriate information about the procedure and addressing any fears or concerns they may have. It is also important to follow any pre-operative instructions provided by the surgical team.

Helping your child recover after surgery involves providing them with appropriate pain management, following any post-operative instructions provided by the surgical team, and providing emotional support.

The recovery process for children undergoing surgery varies depending on the type of procedure and the child's overall health. In general, children recover faster than adults and may be able to return to normal activities within a few days to a few weeks.

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