Why use Cerustop Wax Guards?
Ear wax can build-up and cause your hearing aid to under perform. Wax can work its way into the tube of your hearing aid and either, fully or partially block sound output. In-The-Ear (ITE) and Receiver in the Canal (RIC) hearing aids are more susceptible to wax problems due to their placement deep within the ear canal.
By using a Cerustop wax guard you can protect your ITE and RIC hearing aid from ear wax build-up, and maintain its performance.
How often should I change my wax guard?
Changing your Cerustop wax guard varies from person to person. We recommend you change it if you can visibly see a build-up of wax, or you notice the under performance of your hearing aid. We suggest you check it on a regular/daily basis.