Splinting with EarBuddies

David Gault developed EarBuddies in 1990, after his newborn son was born with a Stahl's bar ear problem. EarBuddies are designed to be fitted at home by parents; today, they are also used in some of the most eminent children’s hospitals worldwide, including the NHS (UK), Mayo Clinic (USA), The Portland Hospital (London), and Boston Children’s Hospital (Harvard), USA.


What parents say about EarBuddies splints


By treating babies early and avoiding surgery, EarBuddies provide better results, without risk, at lower cost, and avoid the bullying and psychological trauma that usually leads to surgery. Almost thirty years after EarBuddies were first developed, it is the world’s best-selling Early Ear Correction™ system, and has helped thousands of babies to grow up comfortable and confident with their ears.