Ear Impression Terminology

Ear impression material has been developed to provide certain characteristics to enable it to provide as accurate a representation of the concha and/or ear canal as possible. This means that it should flow properly, provide an accurate image of what it comes in contact with, set up properly without distortion, remove without distortion or breakage,…

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Some Personal Words About Earl Harford

By James Curran          Recent generations of audiologists may have heard Earl Harford’s name from their teachers or run across one of his many publications and writings during their student years. But only those of us who were there from the early days really know who he was and what he meant…

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