Ionizing radiation from computed tomography (CT) imaging increases the risk of cancer. Patients with craniosynostosis often undergo repeated head CT scans, exacerbating the cumulative risk. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has the potential to be a radiation-free safe alternative. Previously proposed methods in this area are not widely utilized because of suboptimal osseous/soft tissue contrast, vulnerability to motion, and the need for manual post-processing. In this study, we propose a high-resolution radial MRI protocol with improved tissue contrast and less sensitivity to motion. Moreover, we seek to evaluate its feasibility by using a blinded clinical evaluation.