Avery Sound Company is proud to be associated with MDHearingAid and is pleased to have been selected as the designated provider of custom earpieces for the MDHearingAid Pro. We look forward to providing you with a custom fit earpiece to enhance the performance and comfort of your hearing aid.
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Our custom molded Pro Earpieces are available in two styles. The Full Skeleton is our most popular style shown above on the left. It is the least conspicous of the two. The Full Shell is shown above on the right. It is more substantial and can be easier to handle. Both styles will provide a secure and comfortable fit and stay securely in place.
Our standard earpieces are made for the "Thick" tubing. The larger tubing allows us to make a set of custom earpieces for the MD using our at home impression kits. If you prefer to use the thin tubing we will need a set of professional impressions that you would need to obtain from your local audiologist or hearing aid center. If you are going to use the larger tubing you can enter the order for the MD earpieces below and when you arrive at the actual order page look for the white box for customer notes. In that box just type "MD hearing aid with large tubing" and we will ship the impression kits. If you would like to use the smaller tubing just e-mail us for directions about obtaining the professional impressions.
Shown to the left is a custom earpiece made from a professional deep impression and set up with the thin tubing provided by MDHearing Aid. This style earpiece is only available with a professional deep impression.
Our earpiece will provide a comfortable fit. No more generic eartips that aren't quite right for your ear and never seem to provide a long lasting comfortable fit.
Our earpiece will provide a secure fit. No more loose generic earpieces falling out of place.
Our earpiece will provide a better seal in the ear allowing a more efficient transmission of sound into the ear canal.