Single Custom Hearing Aid Ear Molds – Hearing Aid ONLY


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Our custom ear plugs are an ideal solution for high quality, long lasting, comfortable with your hearing aids or for hearing protection. All our custom ear plugs are manufactured in America by our highly skilled team of crafters. We take your impression and 3D scan it. Once it is scanned our graphic artiest take the digital image and digitally fit it in your ear. Once the fit is right and reaches a size and fit that is most comfortable for your ear we 3D print the your ear mold.

Check out our catalog to find the type of mold you are looking for!
How it Works:
Step 1 – Select the item and place your order
Step 2 – Take your impressions place them in a box with a copy of the order notification you received after placing your order
Step 3 – Mail your impression and the order notifications to: (note you pay shipping to us we will pay return shipping to you)
Attn: Earmold Lab
806 Beaver St.
Bristol, PA 19007
You can also call (800) 492-4515 or email us at with any questions
Step 4 – We create your mold and ship them back to you within 3-5 business days

Additional information

Blue, Clear (not avalible in floatable), Dark Green (not avalible in floatable), Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Skin Tone (not avalible in floatable), Swirl (select up to 3 colors and put them in the comments at checkout), Yellow, Beige, Brown (not avalible in floatable), White, Gray (not avalible in floatable), Black

Mold Type

BTE Standard, Lucid Hearing SIE Device, Thin Acostic Tube (TAT) Mold for PSAP/Hearing Aid

Mold Styles - Hearing Aid

Canal, Canal Tip, Canel with Lock, Half Shell, Lab Selection, Shell, Skeleton

Mold Material Options

Acrylic Hard, Lab Selection, Silicone Medium/Soft 70dr, Silicone Soft 40dr

Removal Handle

Handle, None


Intials (only avalible on certain materials), Left/Right Markings, None

Product Features

Possible causes of feedback:

  • Hearing aid fit/seating
    When a custom hearing aid or the earmold or dome does not create a proper seal within the ear canal, sound may be able to leak out and become re-amplified.

Other times, the receiver may be misaligned with the path of the ear canal, causing the sound to hit the wall of the ear canal.

  • Earwax
    Earwax can also create a potential for feedback. If the sound is unable to effectively travel to the eardrum because it’s blocked by earwax, it may bounce off the earwax and be re-amplified. It is important to have regular earwax management in place if one is prone to wax build-up when using amplification.


What's Included

Single Mold
1 year warranty on workmanship and material
3 month warranty of comfort and/or fit
At Home Impresion Kit  (if you have your own ear mold (preferred) or have a local hearing center that will take your ear impression (preferred) this kit is not needed)

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