Impression Taking Training Course 12th & 13th March at Audiology House

    British Society of Audiology (BSA) Certificate: Impression Taking Adult & Paediatric Date: 12th & 13th of March 2015 Day 1: Impression-taking (over 5 years) Day 2: Paediatrics – Impression-taking (under 5 years) Location: Audiology House, London, SW12 8SP  Sponsored by PC Werth Two BSA accredited courses are available side-by-side. They are designed for individuals who…

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Abraham Lincoln Comments on 2013's WIRe

  Ok, so the WIRe may not be worthy of 3 Oscars, but in the words of Abraham Lincoln, who was known to put in a bon mot or two: “whatever you are, be a good one”. With that, our new brochure,The WIRe is now available – you can find out more about it here…

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Abraham Lincoln Comments on 2013’s WIRe

  Ok, so the WIRe may not be worthy of 3 Oscars, but in the words of Abraham Lincoln, who was known to put in a bon mot or two: “whatever you are, be a good one”. With that, our new brochure,The WIRe is now available – you can find out more about it here…

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Better impressions make for better protection and better results.

What’s in an impression? Well if you are involved in hearing aid fitting, hearing protection or any of the associated fields, quite a lot!!! While most impression material can be used for multiple types of ear impression it is true that there is such a wide choice of materials available for a reason. The reason…

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Try Dreve Xpand “your clients won’t be disappointed”

All impression materials are not the same – Dreve Xpand impression material is radical and new. “Xpanding” gently by about 5% ensures a better fitting mould for weaker tissues found in older patients, but is also suitable for all other patients. Peter Jones of leading hearing aid practice Hearing Matters says of Xpand: “At Hearing Matters…

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How Otoform Makes for Better Rugby

Rugby may not damage your hearing (usually), but it frequently damages ears. Particularly if you are in the scrum. As a schoolboy frontrower, we were all well versed in the pride of manly afflictions like scrum pox, black eyes, bust collar bones and the like. However, cauliflower ears never really got a look in – mainly…

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