The making of a earmold is a key element of your meeting with the audioprosthetist. It is from this point that your hearing protection or your personalized earphones will be created.

The audioprosthetist begins by performing an otoscopy to ensure that there is nothing in the auditory canal to prevent the making of an earmold, such as a blockage due to the presence of wax. Once the verification is done, he places some foam in the back of the ear canal to protect the eardrum.

Next, using a syringe he will inject a silicone paste that will take the exact shape of the form of your auditory canal. After 4 minutes the paste will harden and can be removed.

The earmold that is obtained will serve as a master for the creation of your customized ear protection.