The correct insertion of otoplastics is crucial to ensure a optimal fit and achieve the desired results. At Ronell, we understand the importance of the right insertion process and want to highlight why this is so important for otoplastics.
One of the main advantages of inserting otoplastics correctly is benefiting from the optimal fit. Otoplastics are custom-made to fit perfectly in your ears, and a good fit is essential for effective noise reduction. By inserting the otoplastics correctly, a good seal is created, effectively reducing ambient noise and keeping your hearing is protected.
In addition, correctly inserting otoplastics ensures improved noise reduction. If otoplastics are not inserted properly, there may be sound leakage occur, resulting in the desired attenuation not being fully achieved. Inserting otoplastics correctly will minimise the risk of sound leakage and allow you to take full advantage of the noise reduction they offer.
For a visual demonstration of these steps, you can watch the instructional video. The video will give you a clear idea of the correct technique and help you insert the otoplastics correctly.
For further questions, personal advice or to purchase otoplastics at Ronell, please contact our expert hearing consultants. They are always ready to help you and make sure you get the most out of hearing protection.
The time it takes to get used to otoplastics can vary from person to person. In general, most people have single days to a few weeks needed to fully get used to wearing otoplastics. During this period, your body will adjust to the sensations and fit of the otoplastics. It is important to be patient and wear the otoplastics regularly to allow yourself to get used to them.
Otoplastics should be comfortable and secure in your ears. They should form a good seal to effectively block sound. However, they should not be too tight, as this can cause discomfort or pain. A general guideline is that otoplastics should firm but not constricting, should sit in your ear canal. If you experience discomfort or if the otoplastics are too loose, take contact on with Ronell for a fit adjustment.
The lifespan of otoplastics can vary depending on several factors, such as frequency of use, environmental conditions and maintenance. In general, we recommend otoplastics to be checked annually by a qualified hearing adviser. They can assess the otoplastics for wear, damage or change in fit. If necessary, they can be replaced or adjusted to ensure optimal performance. Regular cleaning and maintenance of otoplastics according to Ronell's recommendations also help extend their life.
If you have any other questions about inserting otoplastics, fit, adjustment period or maintenance, please contact Ronell. Our expert hearing consultants are ready to help you and answer all your questions.