In the United States, having limited access to health care has been an ongoing concern that could cause detrimental effects for minority populations, specifically the Hispanic population. Numerous barriers to accessing health care were identified for both pediatric and adult Hispanic patients who were born with craniofacial conditions. Barriers that were determined to impact Hispanic patients with craniofacial conditions from receiving medical and health services included language and communication, patient–health care provider relationships, socioeconomic status and finances, insurance status, timely access to appointments, citizenship and immigration status, and lack of family and social support. Interventions for these barriers were also proposed to increase support for Hispanic patients. Lamentably, there is scant research that investigates how these barriers affect this special population, despite the limitations that they have in their ability to access health care. In addition, these barriers to treatment have dire consequences for individuals with craniofacial conditions. The findings and proposed interventions discussed in this review article provide measures to minimize these barriers and define ways to benefit Hispanic patients with craniofacial conditions.