Custom Hearing Protection | Loudon, TN
To schedule your next hearing test, call us at 865-324-0210
Noise-induced hearing loss is the only preventable type of hearing impairment. Don’t take any chances with your hearing. If you work in a noisy environment or enjoy loud hobbies, contact Choice Audiology for your personalized hearing protection system.
The Benefits of Custom Hearing Protection?
If you work in a noisy environment or enjoy loud hobbies like hunting or music festivals, chances are you’ve used ear plugs before. It is also likely that these ear plugs have been of the disposable variety.
Unfortunately, disposable foam earplugs tend to be quite uncomfortable. To block sounds, they expand within the ear canal and the resulting pressure can deter you from keeping them in. What’s worse is their one-size fits all design may not be adequate in providing you with the protection you need.
Made from molded silicon, custom hearing protection is specially created to fit your ear only. It takes the discomfort and improper fit out of cheap foam plugs. Furthermore, unlike disposable ear plugs, custom protection can be altered with filters to provide the perfect level of noise reduction.
If you are looking for optimal protection and the ideal fit, call Choice Audiology today to book an appointment with Dr. Rebekah Tripp.
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Industrial Hearing Testing
The stakes of a loud workplace extend beyond irritating background noise. Industrial contractors, airport personnel, musicians and other hardworking employees face the hazard of noise-induced hearing loss every day.
At Choice Audiology, we recognize the risk and recommend that you take all precautions to minimize long-term damage. Luckily, there is a great deal you can do to protect your hearing. Properly fitted earplugs and regular hearing tests will go a long way in making sure you prevent hearing loss and detect any warning signs early, so that you can adjust your routines accordingly.
OHSA guidelines state that employees who are exposed to a time-weighted average of 85dB should be part of a hearing conservation program. Part of these programs entails ongoing monitoring for hearing threshold shifts, or changes in your hearing abilities. If you have been notified by your employer that you have experienced a possible threshold shift, we can re-evaluate your hearing thresholds. From there, we’ll help you make an informed decision on the next step.
Monitor Your Hearing
Concerned about hearing loss? Call us today!
We are the only audiology center in the area who offers service 5 days a week! Call for an appointment.