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How about Washington, DC? A search here and on yelp didn't come up with anything great.  Thanks!

post #287 of 294

Hm, nothing in DC proper, but there are a couple of highly recommended Sensaphonics Gold Circle audiologists in the area:

 

Johns Hopkins Medical Center
Mariah Menichino
Baltimore, MD
410-955-6153 – Email

Pam Mason, M. Ed., CCC-A
Bethesda, MD
301-296-5790 – Email

 

Hope this helps.


Edited by JackKontney - 4/18/14 at 8:47am
post #288 of 294

Funny that you guys are mentioning Sensaphonics because I'm getting ready to order iem's from them and just got new impressions done from Connect Hearing in Fountain Valley, CA.  Dr. Doug Richards has been taking my impressions for years.  For some reason, he doesn't use a bite block on me, but he starts talking to me while the molds are forming to my ears.  He tells me to talk and open my mouth while my impressions are forming.  I've been very happy with the results.  

post #289 of 294

Any one have any recommendations for Chicago (the city itself)?

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I'm in Billings, MT and got some impressions done last night. It was my first time and I didn't get a good look at them before they got boxed up. Kind of regretting not asking to see them first. I'm not sure they will be good enough.

He had to do the right ear three times to get deep enough. Any opinions on whether these will be good enough? I already sent some pics off to Mike at perfect seal to see if they will do. .

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post #291 of 294
Somehow quoted myself. Ignore
Edited by rjwwrx - 12/11/14 at 8:36am
post #292 of 294

Only you can tell if your impressions were deep enough.  I've had a few bad ones and a lot of good ones.  When I get new IEM's, it's hard to get the prefect fit at first try.  My Audiologist has known me for a long time and he knows that it's rare for him to get good impressions at the first round because of my CP.  We have gotten better at it though.  He usually take two sets when I visit the office, just in case.  

post #293 of 294
Don't suppose any of you know of a place in Edinburgh, Scotland?
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Originally Posted by spazz View Post

Only you can tell if your impressions were deep enough.  I've had a few bad ones and a lot of good ones.  When I get new IEM's, it's hard to get the prefect fit at first try.  My Audiologist has known me for a long time and he knows that it's rare for him to get good impressions at the first round because of my CP.  We have gotten better at it though.  He usually take two sets when I visit the office, just in case.  


 



I got a reply from Mike at perfect-seal and he said they were usable. He advised the voids in the ear canal should be ok because my canal expands as it gets deeper and he will need to grind it down anyways. Happy that they turned out OK. In the off chance that someone from Billings, MT is reading this I should include the Audiologist info.

I went to a private practice Dr. Bukowski. Charged $25 total.
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