Custom Ear Plugs Available in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida

Custom hearing protection is becoming more and more popular! Whether you are in need of something to wear while shooting, swimming, sleeping, custom ear plugs will block out the most noise and water. Custom ear plugs are also very common among musicians, as they can act as in-ear monitors, or even just protection against the loud speakers and various instruments! 

The first step to getting custom hearing protection or an ear plug is to have an impression taken of your ear. If you are in the South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, FL area, the Doctors of Audiology at Gardner Audiology are trained and qualified to do this! It can be a delicate process, but the Doctors will ensure that a proper impression is taken so that the ear plug will fit comfortably. This process is very similar to having impressions of your teeth taken by a dentist.  

Custom ear plugs can be ordered for a number of different purposes! High-end custom hearing protection is also available. These devices not only cut out loud noise, but they also allow you to hear conversation that may be going on in between the loud noises (i.e. at the shooting range). Some devices are even Bluetooth compatible, if you wanted access to remote controls. As you can imagine, these custom plugs are very popular among avid shooters and law enforcement officers! 

If you are in need of custom ear plugs, hearing protection, or even just the impression of your ear, contact Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, FL at 1-800-277-1182 to schedule an appointment.  

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