At Dr. Scarlet M. Aviles, Audiology, we have custom earplugs for every situation. Whether you’re swimming, attending musical venues or need noise protection at the workplace, we can outfit you to protect your hearing with custom earplugs.
Some people move to Hawaii primarily for the wonderful swimming. It’s warm, safe and in beautiful surroundings. But many longtime swimmers, children with draining tubes in their ears, or people with chronic ear infections need ear protection. If you’re one of them, visit our office to see how we can fit you to protect your ears while you enjoy our Hawaiian waters.
Musicians and Music Lovers
As a major tourist destination, Hawaii is a great place to hear a variety of music. Hawaii is also blessed with many talented singers and musicians. And with musical performances happening all the time, those attending regularly, and certainly the musicians and DJs, should have adequate hearing protection. Custom earplugs will help ensure music fanatics maintain healthy hearing throughout their lives. We stock the ER9, ER15, ER25 and others to meet your music needs.
Noise at the workplace? When you work in unusually loud settings, there’s no reason to compromise your hearing because once it’s damaged, it’s not coming back. If you’re exposed to loud noises regularly at the workplace, you should be wearing custom hearing protection. In many circumstances, OSHA regulations require employers to provide hearing protection for their employees. We stock a range of custom earplugs to protect your hearing.
Whatever activity you’re participating in, at Dr. Scarlet M. Aviles, Audiology, we have custom earplugs to accommodate your situation. Set an appointment today to receive more information on custom earplugs so your hearing doesn’t get damaged because you’re living life to the fullest in Hawaii.
INTRODUCING THE “HEARING IMPAIRED” ALERT PIN
Hearing loss is an invisible disability. You can't see it. There are 360 million persons in the world with disabling hearing loss.
I've created a "Hearing Impaired" alert pin - people can wear this pin to notify others that they struggle with hearing loss.
The goal of wearing this pin would be to encourage more effective communication strategies when talking to a person with hearing loss and also as a visible sign of hearing loss. This is important especially in emergency situations.