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Waiting to Do Something About Your Hearing Loss?

The average person with a hearing loss will wait approximately 5 – 7 years to do something about their hearing loss.  Here a few tidbits about hearing aids that might help you to decide to do something about your hearing loss much sooner. Modern technology brings us hearing aids that are smaller, smarter, and more […]

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Facts About Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids

The topics of hearing loss and hearing aids are already confusing enough for many individuals.  Adding to the confusion is a great deal of misinformation about hearing loss and hearing aids.  To help you to better understand it all, here a a few facts about hearing loss and hearing aids. It isn’t just older individuals […]

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Do I Need to Wear Two Hearing Aids?

We’re often asked by patients diagnosed with an aidable (treatable) hearing loss in both ears why they have to wear a hearing aid in both ears. The list below outlines the advantages of hearing with two ears (binaural hearing) versus hearing with one ear (monaural hearing). Advantage of Hearing With Two Ears Improved Speech Clarity […]

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How Do Hearing Aids Work?

In the simplest sense, hearing aids are small electronic devices that amplify sound.  In reality they are sophisticated, state-of-the-art instruments with many different features and benefits. THE PARTS OF A HEARING AID All hearing aids consist of the following components: A microphone that receives sounds and turns the sound in electrical impulses. An amplifier that […]

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