Did you know that up to 30% of all infants are born with an ear deformity ?
UNTIL NOW OPTIONS WERE LIMITED FOR PARENTS AND PRACTITIONERS
Introducing the InfantEar™ Molding System
The Easy-To-Use, Non-Surgical Molding Solution For Infants
With Ear Deformities
As a healthcare professional, you want the best for your patients. We at TalexMedical, have designed InfantEar™, an easy to use, non-surgical and cost effective solution to correct infant ear deformities early in life.
The InfantEar™ Molding System can easily be performed in your medical office and requires only 2-3 weeks of molding time to transform a deformed ear into a healthy and more natural looking ear, if treated in the first two weeks of life.
Offer The InfantEar™ Molding Procedure
At Your Practice
Designed for medical professionals, our unique system allows clinicians to both recognize and treat ear deformities in the first few weeks of life without the need for external consultations or referrals, resulting in greater access to treatment, improved patient outcomes and substantial cost savings.
Our goal was to create an inexpensive and simple to use system that replaces the need for a costly, labor intensive, surgical ear procedure with a simplified outpatient device. Soft, biocompatible ear mold materials are packaged in a single-use, disposable kit for each individual child – preventing cross contamination.
THE EAR MOLDING PROCEDURE IS COVER BY
MOST INSURANCE COMPANIES
CASE OF THE MONTH
This baby boy was born with bilateral helix deformities and was treated with the InfantEar™ molding system at 14 days of age for 3 weeks by Dr. Julio Guerra and Michelle Bartlett, APN at College Plaza Pediatrics. The results of this infant's ear corrections are close to miraculous. InfantEar™ molding - A true life changer!
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Hear what happy parents have to say about InfantEar™
The psychological impact of an ear deformity can be devastating and last a lifetime, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Often parents have feelings of guilt, worry, and concern about their child's future and potentially living with an ear deformity, which may lead to ridicule and low self-esteem.