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Hearing loss can rob us of some of life’s most precious sounds – leaves rustling in the wind, birds chirping, the richness of the violin, or the sound of a child’s laughter. But it doesn’t need to be that way. By using the most advanced state-of-the-art technology, combined with our doctors’ years of experience, we’re able to help you rehabilitate your hearing so you no longer have to miss out on these wonderful aspects of life.
Rechargeable hearing aids have built-in Lithium-Ion batteries that do not require regular replacement, compared to hearing aids with traditional zinc-air batteries. Instead of removing the batteries themselves, you place your hearing aids each night in a charging unit, similar to how smartphones and tablets recharge.
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Your journey with hearing aids has just begun. Understand the importance of both short-term and long-term follow-up visits to ensure your hearing aids are expertly fitted, adjusted, and maintained.
Did you know that people with hearing loss are at an increased risk for developing cognitive decline and dementia? That's why we now offer cognitive testing.
If the sound from your hearing aid isn't as clear as it used to be, or there’s distortion or sound cutting in and out, it may be time for a hearing aid repair. See what you can fix on your own, and when it’s time to seek professional help.
Can your hearing loss affect your holiday shopping plans? The answer is yes. But with a little planning and preparation you can enjoy your holiday shopping with the rest of the crowd this year.
With telehealth appointments, you can receive care from your hearing care provider from the comfort of your home – or anywhere you have internet access. It’s a perfect solution for snowbirds who are away for several months, for people with mobility issues, and for those who prefer to connect from home for their own comfort or convenience.
It is well known that COVID-19 can damage the lungs, heart and brain, which increases the risk of long-term health problems. But did you know COVID-19 may also cause hearing loss and tinnitus? Research is beginning to shed some light on this topic.
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