Active noise cancelling earplugs for dental professionals.

Occupational hearing damage risk group

Dental professionals

Dental professionals (dentists, hygienists, technicians etc.) are exposed to constant and irregular noise from several sources.

Various studies show evidence of hearing damages caused by dental instruments and the working environment. And yet, this problem is often ignored, simply because we tend to get used to these noises. But the damaging effects remain.

By reducing harmful noise levels while enabling communication during treatment, QuietOn is optimal for dental use.

Quieton Dental

Features

Allows communication between patient and staff

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Decreases noise and daily stress

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Increases focus during treatments

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For patients

› decreases scary noise and stress

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Small and easy to use

› no wires, no settings

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Hygienic and safe

› no electromagnetic interference

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Very effective in low and high frequency noise

› reduction up to -34dB

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Extra long battery life

› 20 h on a single charge
› Re-charge in 1 h

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EN352 Certified hearing protector

Dental professionals

Occupational hearing damage risk group

Do you know what the decibel level is in your workplace, and are you aware of the potentially harmful effects constant exposure to noise can have on your hearing? Do you want to be able to continue enjoying conversation, music and other listening pleasures later in life? If so, think about protecting your hearing today!

Do you know what the decibel level is in your workplace, and are you aware of the potentially harmful effects constant exposure to noise can have on your hearing? Do you want to be able to continue enjoying conversation, music and other listening pleasures later in life? If so, think about protecting your hearing today!

Dental professionals (dentists, hygienists, technicians etc.) are exposed to dental noise from several sources. Various studies show evidence of damage to hearing caused by dental noise. The dental noise levels are typically between 66-91dB(A), but for short periods may even exceed 100dB(A). 85dB(A) as daily or weekly average exposure is a commonly recommended limit for hearing protection. Risk for hearing damage increases rapidly above 90 dB(A) exposure.

However, these noise levels and resulting consequences such as irritation and delayed stress, tend to be ignored, simply because we become accustomed to these noises and pay no attention to this hidden risk for hearing loss.

Nevertheless, the damaging effects of continuous dental noise exist.

Testimonials

What our users say

Grzegorz Witkowsky

"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. Grzegorz Witkowsky | Lek.Dent. Poland

Jaana Sverloff

“QuietOn quiets down the annoying noises, while I’m still able to speak with the patient. I also like to wear QuietOns while studying and writing, i.e. in exams."

Jaana Sverloff | Dentist, Finland

Pentti Rytivaara

“QuietOn earplugs have effectively reduced the burden caused by the high-pitched noise of dental instruments. I feel myself much more refreshed after a work day, which is why this easy-to-use hearing protection has become a part of my daily work.”

Pentti Rytivaara | Dental Specialist, Oral Surgery, Finland

Quieton Dental

Package content

›  One pair of QuietOn 2 earbuds
›  Charging case and charging cable
› Three pairs of memory foam eartips (S, M, L)
› Retention cord
› User manual