Craniosynostosis has been treated by a variety of methods including simple removal of the involved cranial suture to complex craniofacial reconstruction. Newer techniques involve the use of endoscopes to minimize the incisions and provide a less traumatic approach but require children to wear a helmet for up to a year to achieve significant improvement in the shape of the head. Dr. Osterdock has now devleoped a technique using endoscopes but allowing for better remodeling of the skull at the time of surgery so that no helmet is needed after surgery.