Although all hearing aids are very small in size, each device is made up of numerous small parts that work together to help people hear better. Among these microelements, there are hearing aid domes. These devices are a small, cone-shaped piece of flexible plastic attached to the end of the hearing aid tube and sit inside the ear canal. Their purpose is to feed the sound picked up by the device, block out background noise and amplify key sounds.
Domes are disposable devices and do not need to be cleaned. It is recommended that you replace them every month or, at most, once every two months. To replace the dome, you must:
If you wish to purchase hearing aids, you can do so at the Amplifon center nearest to you. If you have any questions about the care or cleaning of your hearing aids, please make an appointment at your nearest Amplifon centre.
In most cases, domes are not necessary, but if you opt for a RITE or BTE hearing aid model, you must wear them.