Patients can have custom earplugs made in about two weeks at Campbell County
At the initial appointment Audiologist
Kathryn Schmidt-Miller, MS, CCC, assesses the kind of hearing protection needed, based on the type and
duration of noise exposure. The most common type is a solid earplug, used
primarily for patients who are exposed to continuous noise.
An impression is made of both ears, and is sent off for manufacturing.
The patient wears their new earplugs for a few weeks, and comes back to
the clinic to make sure they are providing adequate protection, called
There is no charge for the initial and follow-up appointments, and the
most common type of earplugs are about $250.
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We're here to help you hear!
If you would like to know more about your hearring, or if a comprehensive
hearing test was indicated, call the Campbell County Medical
Audiology at 307.688.4368 for an appointment with audiologist
Kathryn Schmidt-Miller, MS, CCC. At the Audiology Clinic, we provide identification, assessment
and rehabilitation of hearing loss. Kathy is a member and has served on
the board of the
National Hearing Conservation Association. If hearing is your concern, we are here to meet your needs. Learn more at