Adam & Matthew’s Great Adventures

Posted by on Jul 8, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Adam & Matthew’s Great Adventures

“We traveled from Thailand for Microtia ear surgery for my 13 year old son, Matthew. He has grade 3 microtia and atresia on his left side. He’s lived quite the normal and happy life and his hearing hasn’t really been … Continue reading

Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and Self-Esteem with Plastic Surgery

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and Self-Esteem with Plastic Surgery

An esteemed plastic surgeon from New York, Dr. Frederick Lukash, recently traveled to Los Angeles to visit me.  We spoke in depth about ear surgery as well as his wonderful article, “Children’s Art as a Helpful Index of Anxiety and … Continue reading

Surgically Addressing the Psychological Effects of Children Born Without an Ear

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Surgically Addressing the Psychological Effects of Children Born Without an Ear

A new study, co-authored by Dr. Sheryl Lewin, a Board Certified Craniofacial Plastic Surgeon, suggests undergoing reconstructive surgery earlier may be a protective factor for children with Microtia. Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) May 13, 2015 A beautiful baby is born … Continue reading

Earicles Mexico Microtia Atresia Conference 2015

Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Earicles Mexico Microtia Atresia Conference 2015

We had an amazing 1st ever Earicles Mexico Microtia Atresia Conference this past weekend. I was overwhelmed with the warm welcome we received in Mexico! Thank you to all of the families who came from all over the country, and … Continue reading

Asomicrae Microtia Atresia Conference in Ecuador

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Asomicrae Microtia Atresia Conference in Ecuador

I was recently invited to present at the Ecuador “Asomicrae” Microtia Atresia conference. The goal of this conference was to educate families about Microtia, Atresia and treatment options available.  While we have hosted two Microtia Atresia conferences in Ecuador already, … Continue reading

Special Siblings & Helpful Hints

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Special Siblings & Helpful Hints

“Children with diagnosed special needs face unique challenges. Because most have brothers and sister, their siblings face unique challenges as well. Even in the most capable of families, the children without disabilities may end up feeling shortchanged. Yet, siblings of … Continue reading

Announcing Earicles 2015 Microtia Atresia Conferences!

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Announcing Earicles 2015 Microtia Atresia Conferences!

We will be hosting TWO Earicles Microtia Atresia Conferences this year! We hope you can join us! DCMAC is a one day conference in Washington, D.C. on August 8, 2015. There will be lectures by Dr. Sheryl Lewin (Medpor Ear Reconstruction), … Continue reading

Audiologist Online Webinar: Microtia Ear Surgery & Bone Anchored Hearing Devices

Posted by on Jan 15, 2015 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
Audiologist Online Webinar: Microtia Ear Surgery & Bone Anchored Hearing Devices

I recently held a live, interactive webinar for Audiologists titled “Microtia Ear Surgery and Bone Anchored Hearing Devices” through Audiology Online. Families were invited to attend as well. Course Abstract: The three primary options for Microtia reconstruction (Medpor, Rib cartilage … Continue reading

2014 – A Year In Review

Posted by on Dec 31, 2014 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
2014 – A Year In Review

It is hard to believe 2014 has gone by so fast – it has been an amazing year in many ways! 1)    Private Practice  Surgical Trends: More patients than ever have taken advantage of the combined 1st stage Medpor Ear … Continue reading

#EariclesEverywhere

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Dr. Lewin's Blog | No Comments
#EariclesEverywhere

Earicles – Miracles for Ears is our non-profit that helps children born without ears thrive through Education, Advocacy, Research, and Surgery (EARS). As part of our Education and Advocacy branches, we want to spread awareness about Microtia and Earicles EVERYWHERE and encourage … Continue reading