Ear Molding (EarWell)
Shriners Children’s uses the EarWell Infant Ear Deformity Correction System, which can correct over 90% of all infant ear deformities without surgery.
Newborn Ear Molding
Newborn ear molding is non-surgical correction of a baby's ear(s) that fold over, stick out or are abnormally shaped. Shriners Children’s craniofacial teams can provide EarWell® molding in the first six weeks of life.
Podcast with Dr. Chad Purnell on Craniofacial Microsomia and his joint Shriners Children’s/Georgia Tech research grant.
Joann Harano, AuD, explains BAHA bone anchored hearing aids and when a child is a good candidate for them.
High school and college students are encouraged to apply for the Summer Clinical Research Medical Immersion Program.
Shriners Children's offers hearing services to help screen and assess problems and possible hearing loss that may be associated with craniofacial and cleft conditions.
Podcast about non-surgical treatment of ears and head shape (plagiocephaly) differences in babies.
Learn more about research and expertise at Shriners Children's
2024 means that Shriners Children’s Portland is celebrating 100 years serving families in the Pacific Northwest. We talk about the 100 years of care the hospital has achieved.
Child life professionals at Shriners Children’s take pride in focusing on the "above and beyond" aspects of medical care for our patients. From procedure support to camps, they are ready to advocate for your family.