Getting it right the first time saves time, money, and aggravation
Technology | March 1994 Hearing Review archives
By Randy Morgan
Article summary: Making an ear impression is a matter of perfecting a few basic steps and avoiding common “bad habits.” The end result is to make a good impression on clients/patients. That way, everyone wins. Westone President Randy Morgan provides tips on making a good earmold impression for the hearing aid fabrication process.
Note: This article was published prior to the establishment of Hearing Review‘s website, but is available for reading and/or download at: https://hearingreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Morgan_ArtOfGoodEarImpression_Mar1994HR.pdf
Original citation: Morgan R. The art of making a good impression. Hearing Review. 1994;1(3):10-14,24.