Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic Team

Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic Team

In the Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies Clinic at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, each team member focuses on individual aspects of problems related to craniofacial birth defects.
The entire team works to provide comprehensive proactive care of children with facial birth defects from birth until adulthood. In addition, if ultrasound diagnosis of cleft or other craniofacial abnormality is noted during pregnancy, we provide prenatal consultation and support to expectant parents.

Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Delora Mount Dr. Delora Mount, MD
Clinic Director
Pediatric Craniofacial and Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Mount is a board certified plastic surgeon who has special expertise in cleft lip and palate surgery and surgical correction of skull and jaw anomalies, including closure of cleft lip and palate, craniosynostosis repair, and procedures on the pharynx to improve speech.
Dr. Bermans Iskandar Dr. Bermans Iskandar, MD
Pediatric Neurosurgeon
Dr. Iskandar is a board certified specialist in pediatric neurosurgery with expertise in cranial shape issues and syndromic and nonsyndromic craniosynostosis.
Dr. Michael Bentz Dr. Michael Bentz, MD
Chairman of Plastic Surgery
Pediatric Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Bentz is a board certified plastic surgeon who has special expertise in cleft lip and palate surgery. Dr. Bentz also has a special interest in congenital hand and nerve anomalies which can accompany facial defects.
Dr. J. Scott McMurrayDr. J. Scott McMurray, MD
Pediatric ENT
Dr. McMurray is a board certified ear, nose and throat surgeon.  He is an expert in treatment of ear, nose and throat of children.  His special interest is in hoarse voice quality.  He is also interested in speech production, influence of tonsils and adenoids in speech.
Dr. Diane Heatley Dr. Diane Heatley, MD
Pediatric ENT
Dr. Heatley is a board certified ear, nose and throat surgeon. She has special expertise in treatment of infants and children. Dr. Heatley oversees audiology assessment of all children and performs surgery to place "ear tubes" (myringotomy and tube placement) in individuals with clefts.
ToDr. Tony Killeny Kille, MD
Pediatric ENT
Dr. Kille is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. He specializes in pediatric otolaryngology, including management of pediatric sinus disease, airway and swallowing disorders, pediatric ear disease and hearing loss.

Our Team and Their Roles

Audiologists: The audiologists are a group of specialists interested in promoting hearing. They routinely screen each child’s hearing acuity and provide recommendations for treatment if hearing loss is detected.
Craniofacial Clinic Coordinator: Our coordinator keeps track of all the children in the clinic and schedules appointment days for each child, including surgeries and follow-up treatment, when needed.
Dentists/Orthodontist: Our dentist and orthodontist work together to provide global dental healthcare and specific treatment and recommendations for children whose teeth are affected by the craniofacial abnormality.
Genetics Counselors: Our genetics counselor is a resource for both parents and children to discuss genetic links to various conditions and recommended individualized testing.
Registered Nurse: Our team features a nurse specialist in pediatric ENT who coordinates follow-up treatment for children in the CFA clinic and provides parental support for specific ENT concerns.
Social Workers: Our social worker focuses on adjustment of the child in the school/social settings and provides support to families
Speech Pathologists: Speech pathologists provide complex testing and therapy if the child experiences difficulty with speaking.