Our office no longer provides these services at this time (though at some future point, we will offer again). Please contact Nikki Butler, AuD for these services at 540-495-8601 or Gainesville Audiology at 703-754-0951.
Custom Swim Plugs
A mold impression is made of the ears to allow a snug and comfortable fit. Turnaround time between mold and delivery is about 10 business days. We also do carry factory pre-made molds. Prices range from $10 to $100.
Sample custom plugs are shown to the right. They come in all different colors that YOU get to pick!
Of course you can also get them online. Here's a few on Amazon:
Custom Hearing Protection
Although many options are available, sometimes inadequate protection is obtained from over-the-counter options due to comfort, size, and/or sound leakage. A custom mold impression would provide the best comfort and fit resulting in the best hearing protection. Turnaround time between mold and delivery is about 10 business days.
Musicians Filtered Earplugs
Hearing protection, yet allowing for faithful pitch awareness and minimal sound distortion.
Custom Earmolds for iPods, Cell phones, Headsets
Custom earmolds for comfort and snug fit.
BUT... If you are OK with generic non-customized ear plugs, you can find them on Amazon at below link!
Assistive Listening Devices and Technology
These include infrared loop systems for TV and radio, amplified phones, personal body-worn amplifiers, and FM systems. Prices range from $150 to $2000. An example of a Sennheiser infrared system is shown to the right.
Other similar systems can be found on Amazon.
Batteries and Other Hearing Miscellaneous Products
We sell replacement batteries for all hearing aid products as well as provide repair services. Check out other hearing aid accessories available online here!
Please contact our audiologist by email or phone for more information.
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