Essentials for First Aid Kits
We haven't had remakes or returns on either the Titanium Slim Tips or C-Shells so a pretty solid product.
I have the titanium slim tips! Love them. Honestly I thought it was just about the color. I hated the yellowing of my old acrylic moulds with my Oticons. Now I know there are additional benefits. Thanks for the info.
Cliff, now that was impressive. How will the Titanium hold up to perspiration? On a summer hunting and scouting trip in Ohio last August I destroyed the microphones on my Starkey's. I guess because you'd still have the unit above the year water would still be an issue.
Thanks again for keeping us informed on latest innovations in technology. I wear Phonak's Marvel M90 with Phonak acrylic custom ear molds. Have to admit that the acrylic's have areas inside that seem to snag ear wax and just can't be reached to keep them clean. So, after a while they just look gross. I think with the titanium, since it's opaque, it just wouldn't matter cause you wouldn't see it. Good logic Dr Cliff?
Impressive feat. Especially all-new Virto M black will define improving lifestyle in convenient ways. 👍🏻
I have PHILIPS hearing aids; do you see others coming out with titanium also?
google “fx 322” or “regainyourhearing(dot)eu”
Do you still use the wax filters with this type of mold? I have very unusual ear canals and have never been able to get a quality fit with the silicone domes .
Would octican open do tintanian ear moulds
I have extremely…dainty… ear canals. I have to use the smallest dome size for adults on my phonaks. I was told I couldn't have inner ear hearing aids because of how small my ear holes are. Would that hold true with these custom molds too? (What you showed looked massive to what I'm used to.)
Living in Phoenix, I would be concern the titanium in the ear would get really hot in the summertime. Dr Cliff, what are your thoughts on that? Could having a titanium c shell in my ear on a 115 degree day risk burning the ear?
Advice, please. I have tiny ear canals that take a sharp curve/turn. The smallest dome won't work in my canals. The acrylic mold will not sit securely in the canal either. They work their way out of the canal. I tried an adhesive foam strip but it causes itching reaction in my ears as well as causes my own voice to sound very loud to me. I am waiting for my third remake. I have had my Widex aids for 3 months. Do you have any advice you can share with me? Thank you in advance.
Really enjoy your videos and learning a ton about my condition of HoH. You mentioned that you cycle since you are into tri…well I cycle as well but there is NO WAY I can wear my current hearing aids when riding. All I would hear is a bunch of loud wind being picked up by the mics. Also, all the sweat from my head would probably ruin my hearing aids. I really like what Phonak is doing with titanium. Would their Virto B be the way to go for active lifestyle such as cycling? Also, I am really happy to learn one of your recommended providers that is approved by you is like 10 miles from me in Lewisville, TX. I will be reaching out to them soon. I wish you did something similar for ENTs…have had bad experience with all the ones Iv'e been to. Perhaps your recommended provider can help with that as well. thanks
I have new Kirkland 9.0 ( based on Phonak Marvel) with custom (silicone ) ear molds. Will the titanium slim fit molds work with this aid?
Love your videos, but why do you have to talk so fast. Do you have a time limit and you have to get all the information into that time frame. Slowing down would really to helpful to our understanding of what you are saying.
Dr. Cliff, I think you mentioned that the titanium mold also had a microphone? Is there anything special about how the internal and external microphones integrate?
Yes but custom ear molds cost extra, but from what im happy is now instead of bte and rics being massive in size, the ear molds can be smaller. It used to be that the hearing aides were bigger and bulky but they now have made the tech better and smaller, look they even got that bone acor hearing aide thats doesnt even need surgery to use and the even made the sound better.
Love the sound of this. ? No more itching in the ear canal. Moulds would last longer. In Australia may be more expensive in the beginning but would pay for itself over time. I wear Phonark Audeo BR and love them. Will be seeing audiologist soon and hope for titanium moulds next. Anything else I need to know?
Why is Phonak not interested in consumer
Dr Cliff, I have two issues. My left ear has a hole in the ear drum. I have about 75% hearing loss in that ear. I had an operation many years ago to link inner bones and graft skin for a new ear drum. The graft developed another hole. I have high frequency loss of hearing in my right ear. Saw an ent who said we could operate again but it may develop another hole. At 75 years of age, I don’t want to do that. I am trying to decide what to do with cost being a factor. I am going to Costco next week because of price and proximity to my home and want only one hearing aid as I have had the hearing loss in my left ear since childhood my problem is the one that Costco will sell me only one for about $700 uses the 312 battery. I really want rechargeable or lithium batteries which last so much longer. What do you suggest? Thanks Barbara P
Anyone know where to find or make the Titanium Slim-Tip or Titanium C-Shell. Please and thanks.@Doctor Cliff, AuD. I can change the speaker in case it is damaged in the Titanium Slim-Tip or Titanium C-Shell or in either. Please and thanks
So this one doc ?
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