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An earmold is a device worn inserted into the ear for sound conduction to improve sound transmission to the eardrums or ear protection from excessive or loud noise or water. Earmolds help with user comfort and efficiency of hearing aids.

Sound conduction is an essential feature to diminish feedback paths in hearing aids and assure better intelligibility in noisy-environment communication. Since, earmolds (and their tubes) can stiffen with age or become discolored, they may need to be replaced eventually.