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Keep Your Hearing Aids Dry!

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Summer’s here and the season’s humidity can cause hearing aid problems, including sound intermittency and weak sound quality. If you live in a humid environment or think your hearing aids are being affected by moisture, a dehumidifier may be a good option for you. Types Of Dehumidifiers There are both passive and active dehumidifiers available Read more »

Hearing Devices

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There are many hearing devices on the market these days, and figuring out which works for you can be confusing. There are two main types of amplification: personal sound amplifiers (PSAPs) and hearing aids. Hearing aids are programmable devices that can be custom fit for your hearing loss. The amplification of these hearing aids can Read more »

Real-Ear Measures

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Hearing aids are only one part of the equation when it comes to a proper hearing aid fitting. There is also verification of a proper fitting, validation of benefit, and appropriate counseling for use of the hearing device. Real-ear measures are an important part of a hearing aid fitting as it is the only way Read more »

Fall 2018 Hearing Technology Updates

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There have been many exciting new updates in hearing technology this fall! Many manufacturers have updated their hearing aids with some exciting new features. If you are having difficulty communicating with friends and family, now is a great time to come and see what is being offered. Widex – The new Widex Evoke hearing aid Read more »

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month

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October is National Protect Your Hearing Month! Noise-induced hearing loss can occur from a single loud event or from cumulative noise exposure over a lifetime. Some loud sounds can be obvious, such as rock concerts, sporting events, or noise from a jet engine. However, even everyday objects such as lawn mowers and leaf blowers can Read more »

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