It was a very quick visit. Dr. Jackson is awesome, which makes him a super busy man (he was leaving to do some work in India in the morning) The first thing the he noticed was Dillon's forehead. He still has that bruised looking area and a bit of what looks like a dent. He looked over Dillon's chart, measured his mellon, and then we talked about the asymmetry that is returning in his face. I asked him what might cause that to return (I was worried about premature coronal fusion again, don't know what age is "normal" for them to close) and my answer was that he wanted a 3D CT scan done. Fortunately, we already have a scan scheduled through his neurosurgeon, so Dr. Jackson gave him a call to have it changed to a 3D CT. It's the 31st, which seems so far away. Hopefully it's just some normal shifting. I hate waiting.