Testimonials

What our users say

Dr. Grzegorz Witkowsky

Lek.Dent. Poland

”As dentists we are always influenced by noises which are hard to work with. Suction, turbine – all these sounds attack us in everyday routine. My last finding? Earplugs from QuietOn, which electronically cut unnecessary noises from the dental work. With them I am more relaxed and not dealing with noise stress.”

Dr. Joseph M. Mahon

Kilkenny, Ireland

“I have tinnitus in my left ear and over the last year my right ear has become significantly more sensitive to sounds at work and elsewhere. These sounds greatly irritate/agitate me now. The sounds that trouble me significantly are the drill, the suction and the pulling of our barrier tape from its roll. I very much like the convenience of the QuietOn and the fact that there are not wires going to it to tangle in my mask or glasses’ lanyard. I am at a point that I don’t want to be in my work environment without wearing ear protection.”

Dr. Christopher Morrell

Dr. Christopher Morrell

BDS, LDS, RCS (Eng), UK

“Working as a dentist in general practice, I was given a pair of QuietOn active noise cancellers to try out. Let me start by explaining that as a dentist I do seem to get a lot of ”new tech” products to try – all with quite varying levels of success it has to be said, so I approached yet another product with a certain degree of caution.

So…QuietOn is extremely easy to set up, charge and use – virtually self-explanatory, and with a choice of different sized ear adaptors, making them extremely simple and accurate to fit.

I tried them for a morning in surgery – interestingly nobody commented on me wearing anything in my ears – so let’s take that as meaning discrete!! And to my surprise, they did just work. Handpiece noise, ultrasonic noise all reduced to an almost imperceptible level, yet able to hear what was going on around me and still converse happily. It actually induces quite a chilled effect. It does what it says on the tin!!! Success!!! So if you are someone who is bothered by noise then I think this would definitely improve your life.”

Articles

Hearing Loss in Dentistry

Written by Daniel Hyunwoo Lee, Au.D.

Disabling hearing loss permanently affects approximately 5% of people worldwide, with a growing percentage of people afflicted as they age. Unlike other bodily ailments, hearing loss often goes unnoticed and untreated …

Daniel Hyunwoo Lee, Au.D.

Completed Doctor of Audiology program from the University of Illinois with a background in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He has a passion to spread awareness about noise exposure and hearing loss prevention. He was previously involved in NIH funded research labs investigating binaural hearing abilities in bilateral cochlear implant users. He is currently pursuing a DMD at the Dental College of Georgia and is combining his expertise to shed light on the potential dangers of occupational noise in the field of dentistry.Completed Doctor of Audiology program from the University of Illinois with a background in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He has a passion to spread awareness about noise exposure and hearing loss prevention. He was previously involved in NIH funded research labs investigating binaural hearing abilities in bilateral cochlear implant users. He is currently pursuing a DMD at the Dental College of Georgia and is combining his expertise to shed light on the potential dangers of occupational noise in the field of dentistry.