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If you have recently had a hearing test, your audiologist may have invited you to a hearing aid fitting.  The purpose of the hearing aid fitting is to set up your new hearing aids and show you how to care for them correctly. Many people wonder whether they really need a hearing aid fitting or not. Are they indispensable? Let’s

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When people first experience hearing loss, they’re eager to know whether their hearing function can be regained. In most cases, the cause of your hearing loss will determine what treatment is appropriate and whether you can regain your natural hearing function.  In order to assess the extent of your hearing loss and the cause of the issue, your audiologist will

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Knowing when to seek help from your audiologist can save you time and hassle when it comes to hearing aid repairs. While day-to-day maintenance can help to minimize the risk of issues, there are times when professional hearing aid repairs will be needed.  To ensure you get the best performance from your hearing devices and to increase their lifespan, always

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In the canal hearing aids are larger than some of the other options that are placed inside the ear, but are still quite small. Small enough that they aren’t necessarily going to be visible to the everyday person walking past you, but big enough that you will be able to see them if you are looking for them. Down below,

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As a hearing aid user, we know that battery life and hearing aid battery preservation is important to you. So, it's understandable that you would want the best information about how to care for your batteries, preserve battery life, and troubleshoot problems.  The great thing about hearing aid batteries is that they are fairly easy to store and care for.

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Tinnitus is one of the most common health complaints in modern society, with between 10% and 20% of all Americans suffering from the condition to some level. If you believe that you are one of them, you must get the issue checked ASAP. Before seeing an audiologist, though, it’s important to educate yourself on the subject. Asking questions is the

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The goal of a hearing test, which is best provided by an audiologist, is to ensure that any occurrence of hearing loss is addressed and that further risk to your hearing loss is prevented. Hearing loss affects over one-tenth of all adults in the country, including many who don’t fall into commonly known risk factors like exposure to loud noise

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If you’ve ever experienced the symptoms of tinnitus, you’ll know that is can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Finding an effective way to relieve the symptoms is essential, and an audiologist is the only person that can help you discover the perfect solution for your tinnitus .  Depending on the nature of your tinnitus, there are several ways

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There are two main types of ear protection; disposable and custom. While they both serve the same purpose, there are plenty of differences between the two. If you’re thinking about purchasing some ear protection, then we think you should know how these two options compare. So, here are four key difference between disposable and custom ear protection devices:  Re-usable The

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Hearing aids are sophisticated devices that can dramatically improve your quality of life. It is not a good idea to order them over the internet and fit them yourself. Setting them up requires the help of a professional. Here’s why.  You can get your hearing aids adjusted to meet your specific needs Every person’s hearing loss is slightly different. Hearing

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