From a practice management and marketing standpoint, 3D-scanning technology has become a no-brainer in terms of convenience, patient comfort, risk and liability, and product quality—truly differentiating premier clinics from those still operating with 20th-century procedures.
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This marks the “Final Chapter” in a story about the development of the TTY. The story’s beginning focused on Robert Weitbrecht’s invention of the acoustic coupler, a collaboration with Dr James Marstens and Andrew Saks (see Part I, Part II, and Part III of this series at hearinghealthmatters.com). A significant pioneer in the history of the TTY is Dr Paul L. Taylor III of the Rochester Institute of Technology/National Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NID).Read More
A new treatment for BTE and RIC/RITE receiver tubing and wire covers is designed to dye the hearing aid plumbing for an even more invisible, personalized match to the individual’s skin color.Read More