Dr Griner has a special interest in congenital or acquired deformities that affect the appearance of children. This includes cleft lips and palates, craniosynostosis, craniofacial syndromes (Aperts, Crouzon, Pfieffer, Treacher Collins, etc), syndactyly, microtia, congenital ear deformities, orthognathic surgery, and facial trauma. Throughout all his years training, he became very adept at providing all kinds of reconstruction for cancer and trauma as well as becoming very skilled in aesthetic surgery. Very few surgeons in the state of Utah have had the number of years or level of training as Dr. Griner has. He likes to joke that he didn’t start practice until he had completed the 29th grade.
Dr Griner’s wife, Jenae, is a nurse and shares his passion to help children with deformities. Together they have been on over twenty medical missions to countries all over the world. They travel at least once a year to provide help for these disadvantaged children.
Dr. Griner treats any child born with a facial deformity like one of his family and is even willing to council with families that are not close by but may need specialty advice. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. (This is not a secure email so any information shared has the possibility of being seen by unintended persons).