Cranial Remolding

Custom-crafted helmets using the latest technologies and highest quality materials to ensure the best outcome for babies and caregivers.

A helping hand for precious little heads

Are you concerned that your little one’s head may be asymmetrical or flat? The time to act is now and PBO Group is here to help you every step of the way. 

The best outcomes with helmet therapy are achieved when babies are between five and six months old. At PBO Group, we use the latest technology to assess your child’s head and the highest quality materials to create a customized helmet. A 3D scanner is used to capture detailed statistics about your child’s head, which allows us to easily measure the impact that the helmet is making over time. Our talented technicians love crafting custom solutions for our clients and will work closely with you to create a helmet that’s a true reflection of your baby’s unique personality. Our 3D-printed devices are made with a moisture-wicking liner for improved infant comfort.

Money Matters: Most major insurance plans cover a portion of the cost of cranial remolding helmet. As part of our commitment to best-in-class client care, PBO staff is happy to assist with submitting insurance documents to the appropriate parties.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our list of frequently asked questions about Cranial Remolding or click here to view all FAQs.

Costs for cranial remolding helmets vary, but are generally in the $2200 to $2600 range.

Every case varies, but the typical range of time that cranial remolding helmets are worn by infants is usually between nine and sixteen weeks.

Early intervention is important, whether that is the use of a helmet, which is typically started when a baby is between five and six months old, or the use of conservative repositioning therapy, which can be started at a very young age. Having your baby assessed at a very young age will help ensure the best treatment plan can be developed for the best outcomes.

No, but most major insurance companies do cover the costs or a portion of the costs of cranial remolding helmets.

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