Cranial Remolding Helmets

The use of remolding helmets to correct Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome), Brachiocephaly and Scaphocephaly in infants is common practice. However, the chief problems that parents report are skin irritation, sweating, unpleasant smell, and pain due to heavy weight. 3D Printed Cranial remolding helmets can easily address these problems - with a breathable and lightweight lattice structure, and are more affordable.

Cranial Remolding Helmets

The use of remolding helmets to correct Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome), Brachiocephaly and Scaphocephaly in infants is common practice. However, the chief problems that parents report are skin irritation, sweating, unpleasant smell, and pain due to heavy weight. 3D Printed Cranial remolding helmets can easily address these problems - with a breathable and lightweight lattice structure, and are more affordable.

Cranial Remolding Helmets

The use of remolding helmets to correct Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome), Brachiocephaly and Scaphocephaly in infants is common practice. However, the chief problems that parents report are skin irritation, sweating, unpleasant smell, and pain due to heavy weight. 3D Printed Cranial remolding helmets can easily address these problems - with a breathable and lightweight lattice structure, and are more affordable.

Cranial Remolding Helmets

The use of remolding helmets to correct Plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome), Brachiocephaly and Scaphocephaly in infants is common practice. However, the chief problems that parents report are skin irritation, sweating, unpleasant smell, and pain due to heavy weight. 3D Printed Cranial remolding helmets can easily address these problems - with a breathable and lightweight lattice structure, and are more affordable.

The wide choice of available materials such as medical grade silicone composites and PEEK ensure a firm structure which fully serves the purpose of remolding while being gentle on the baby’s head. The use of a 3D scanning and modeling process ensures that the design of the helmet is optimised to the individual needs of the child for optimum healing.

The wide choice of available materials such as medical grade silicone composites and PEEK ensure a firm structure which fully serves the purpose of remolding while being gentle on the baby’s head. The use of a 3D scanning and modeling process ensures that the design of the helmet is optimised to the individual needs of the child for optimum healing.

The wide choice of available materials such as medical grade silicone composites and PEEK ensure a firm structure which fully serves the purpose of remolding while being gentle on the baby’s head. The use of a 3D scanning and modeling process ensures that the design of the helmet is optimised to the individual needs of the child for optimum healing.

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