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My preferred reccommendation - proPREEFER
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List of products by brand KAPITEX

  • ORA light – large kit

    €54.61

    The kit consists of 4 oral motor exercise tools  - larger ones for adults.

  • ORA light small kit

    €54.61

    The kit consists of 4 oral motor exercise tools (4 small size for children). All are packed in an aesthetic and comfortable mini plastic case.

  • MAROON Spoon - small

    €3.71

    Maroon spoon is perfect solutions for children with dysphagia, oral hypersensitivity and orbicularis oris muscle weakness.

  • MAROON Spoon - large

    €4.15

    Large spoon for feeding adult patients with dysphagia, oral hypersensitivity, and orbicularis oris muscle weakness.

  • DYSPHAGIA CUP

    €23.59

    A crucial factor in feeding of Dysphagia Patients is head position.

    "The head extended up and back is associated with an open jaw position, poor lip closure, tongue thrust and difficulty initiating the trigger of swallowing reflex. Conversely, a flexed head position is associated with improved lip seal, reduced tongue thrust, prompter swallow trigger and increased palatal movement."

    (Working with Dysphagia, L. Marks, D. Rainbow, Oxon 2001)

    The Dysphagia cup is recommended for Patients who have difficulty with swallowing without neck flexion and head movement.