What is Ear Molding and Why is it Done?
Ear molding is a non-surgical procedure for children born with mild ear deformities. It is used to reshape an infant’s ear to its original shape. It is typically performed within the first few weeks of life, as the cartilage of the ear is most pliable and responsive to molding during this time.
Ear molding is a non-invasive and safe procedure that typically does not require anaesthesia. The procedure is well-tolerated by infants and does not interfere with their ability to eat, sleep, or play.
Ear Molding Process
Benefits of Ear Molding
Your ENT doctor will first take a look at your medical history, find out more about the symptoms you’re experiencing and thereafter perform a thorough physical examination. This may include certain procedures such as flexible nasoendoscopy (a look into your nasal passages with a tiny camera). Your issues will be addressed and a suitable treatment plan will be devised for you.
Always talk to your child to prepare them for their ENT visit. Find out more about the issues they’re experiencing so that you can assist them in helping the ENT doctor understand their condition. Do bring along a list of their old medications and health booklet.
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