EarWell® by Becon Medical provides resources for infant ear deformities described on our EarWell® Parent Page. With the innovative EarWell® there is no longer any reason to wait while desperately hoping that your baby’s ears may get better on their own or until your child qualifies for invasive surgery.
Since you have found your way to our EarWell® page, there’s a good chance you are a mom or dad (grandparent, relative or friend) searching for answers about your newborn child’s ears. You may have been looking at those ears and feeling that they don’t seem quite right and wondering if there may be something wrong.
Facts from Resources for Infant Ear Deformities
- Up to 30% of newborns have infant ear deformities.
- Most pediatricians have a “wait-and-see” approach to dealing with infant ear deformities.
- A Japanese medical study concluded that it is impossible to predict which ear deformities will self-correct.
- Canadian and Israeli studies reveal that only 30% of ear deformities will self-correct.
- 70% will stay the same or get worse.
- EarWell® corrects infant ear deformities quickly and painlessly.
- Optimum results are achieved through early applications (less than a month of age).
- The earlier the application, the better the outcome and shorter the therapy.
- EarWell success rates approach 95%.
EarWell® Infant Ear Deformity Correction Device
If your baby has an ear deformity you can now take comfort in knowing that EarWell®, a nonsurgical infant ear deformity correction device, has over a 90% success rate in permanently correcting infant ear deformities.
Resources for Infant Ear Deformities on the Web:
- Ear Deformities
- Ear deformity sap self-esteem
- Ear malformations and renal anomalies
- Ear Abnormalities and Hearing Loss
- Deformities of Human Ears
- Cosmetic ear surgery – Overview
- Expectant Mother’s Guide to Newborn Ear Deformities
- Hairstyles to hide Big Ears
- Make Too-Big Ears Look Smaller
- How to Hide Large Ears
Patented Design of Earwell® Allows For Universal Application
The unique EarWell® design enables a single universal protocol to correct most, if not all, types and severities of ear deformity.
Ear Deformity Identification Chart