Hearing Aid Ear Domes

Hearing aid domes play a crucial role in the performance of your hearing aids, though they are often overlooked. If you’re seeking better sound quality and an improved hearing experience, the right dome is essential.

We offer a refined selection of hearing aid domes, including both open and closed types, each designed for specific hearing loss conditions. Our range includes products from world-renowned brands such as GN ReSound, Oticon, Phonak, Unitron, and Widex.

  • Phonak 4.0 Hearing Aid Domes for Marvel, Para…Phonak 4.0 Hearing Aid Domes for Marvel, Para… Quick View
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    • £7.49
    • Phonak Marvel Domes were launched specifically for Marvel receiver-in-the-canal hearing aids, however, they are also compatible with Phonak Paradise and the new Lumity Hearing Aids using 4.0 receivers or 4.0 slim tubes, and are available in 4 different styles with 3 sizing options. Brand : Phonak This product Includes : 1 x Phonak Marvel Domes pack (Packet of 10)
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    • £7.99
    • Oticon MiniFit Hearing Aid Domes are designed to cover your hearing aid receivers and fit snugly inside your ear. These hearing aid domes come in various different sizes. Each is measured by the widest point, the base, in milimetres. Types of dome include: Open Single Power Double If you are unsure which size or type you require please check with…
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  • Signia Click Hearing Aid Domes – Connex…Signia Click Hearing Aid Domes – Connex… Quick View
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    • Phonak Unitron Smokey Domes

    • £7.49
    • Phonak Unitron Smokey Domes used alongside Phonak 2 Pin xReceivers and Phonak HE Slim Tubes. They are designed to keep your hearing aid clean and sanitary, reduce the visibility of your earpiece and keep its original colour for longer. Brand: Phonak This product includes: x1 pack of 10 domes
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  • WIDEX Hearing Aid DomesWIDEX Hearing Aid Domes Quick View
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    • WIDEX Hearing Aid Domes

    • £9.99
    • WIDEX hearing aid domes are designed to help keep your hearing aid devices cleaner, better sanitized and in overall better condition. With these domes, you can be sure to get the most out of your WIDEX hearing aid for longer. Available in 4 different styles and between 2-3 sizing options. Note: Only for use with WIDEX receiver-in-the-canal hearing aids. Brand:…
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  • GN ReSound SureFit Hearing Aid Domes…GN ReSound SureFit Hearing Aid Domes… Quick View
  • Starkey Hearing Aid Comfort Buds Domes…Starkey Hearing Aid Comfort Buds Domes… Quick View
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    • £9.49
    • Starkey domes designed as Comfort Buds to provide comfort, acoustics, retention, and protection for Starkey hearing aid users. It serves as the first and best line of defence against dirt, debris, and cerumen. Brand: Starkey This product includes: 10x Comfort Buds (Domes)
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  • Signia Click Sleeves 2.0 – Signia, Spec… Quick View
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    • £12.49
    • The Signia Click Sleeves are an adaptable and disposable alternative to regular wax guards. The soft-silicone Click Sleeve ensures a level of comfort and retention of the hearing aid in your ear like never before. Available in both closed and vented varieties of different sizes. Choose your size and type below. Compatible with Signia, Specsavers Advance & AudioService hearing aids.…
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  • GN ReSound One Hearing Aid Domes…GN ReSound One Hearing Aid Domes… Quick View
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    • £11.99
    • The NEW GN Resound Hearing Aid Domes are suitable for the award-winning GN ReSound ONE Hearing Aids. They're made from silicone hypoallergenic materials for a perfect fit. Available in Power, Open, Closed & Tulip in a variety of sizes to suit you. Brand : GN ReSound Includes : Pack of 10 domes
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  • Oticon MiniFit Hearing Aid Domes – 2 Pa…Oticon MiniFit Hearing Aid Domes – 2 Pa… Quick View
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    • £2.49
    • These Oticon hearing aid domes are available in  different sizes, referring to the widest part of the dome (the base), measured in mm. Types of dome include: Open Single Power Double If you are unsure which size or type you require please check with your hear care provider. Please note that Size 5 is available in Open only and only…
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    • £2.49
    • Phonak Marvel Domes were launched specifically for Marvel (the newest technology released from Phonak in 2018) receiver-in-the-canal hearing aids. They are available in 4 different styles with 3 sizing options. Brand : Phonak This Product Includes : 1 x Phonak Marvel Domes pack (Packet of 2) Includes x2 domes of your choice.  We also sell these domes in packs of…
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FAQ

What’s the difference between an open and a closed hearing aid dome?
  • Open Dome: Ideal for those with mild hearing loss. It allows more background sound for a natural listening experience.
  • Closed Dome: Suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss. It minimises feedback and provides clearer sound by reducing background noise.

If your hearing aid domes are too tight and causing discomfort, you have a few options:

  • See Your Audiologist: The best course of action would be to book an appointment with your audiologist who can replace your domes with more comfortable ones.
  • Do it From Home: You can find tutorials online to modify your domes but be aware this may void the hearing aids’ warranty.

The colour of your hearing aid dome depends on the manufacturer. Common colours include smoky grey and clear, but some manufacturers offer other options.

Yes, hearing aid domes are designed for easy removal and replacement every 6-8 weeks to prevent dirt build-up. Ensure the replacement domes are the same type and model to maintain proper fit and function.

You can replace a hearing aid dome in three steps:

  1. Hold the thin tube that attaches the hearing aid to the dome and gently pull off the earpiece.
  2. Select a new dome of the same type and size.

Push the new dome onto the earpiece until it’s securely fastened.

If a hearing aid dome comes off in your ear, do not attempt to remove it yourself as this can cause more harm than good. Instead, seek professional help from your audiologist, GP, or hospital outpatient department to have it safely removed.

Hearing aid domes are made from medical-grade silicone, which is designed to minimise allergic reactions. Some patients may be allergic to the cleaning agents used, so always check the ingredients of your cleaning products.

Power domes, or double domes, are designed for moderate to severe hearing loss. They are the most occlusive type, providing the least amount of feedback and offering powerful amplification for those with significant hearing loss.

Regular cleaning of your hearing aid dome is crucial to prevent infections. Wipe the domes with disinfectant after each use and store your hearing aids in a clean container. Always wash your hands before handling your hearing aids.

Consult your audiologist for appropriate treatment. Mild infections can be managed with painkillers and a warm or cold flannel. For outer ear infections, pharmacists can provide acidic ear drops. Severe infections may require antibiotics from your GP.

Signs of an ear infection include inflammation, pain, further hearing loss, nausea, severe ear pain, ringing in the ear, and balance issues. Consult your audiologist or GP if you experience these symptoms.

Ear infections can be caused by both viruses and bacteria. Inner ear infections are often viral, while outer and middle ear infections can be bacterial, fungal, or viral.