You suspect that your hearing acuity isn’t what it was in the past. There’s a chance you may need a hearing aid for one or both ears. Before you make the leap, it’s important to take care of a few things first. Take care of these ten and there will be no doubt of what to do next.
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.
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.
Many people who have hearing aids don’t wear them – and continue to struggle with their hearing. Here are some of the most common problems people have with their hearing aids, and solutions to get you back in the conversation.
When it comes to hearing aids, there are countless options to choose from. Here are three important things to consider to narrow down your choice, and help you get the best hearing aid for you.
Faster, smarter, smaller technologies are built into the products we use every day, from our smart phones to our refrigerators to our cars. And hearing aids are no exception. New innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) make today’s hearing aids easier to use and provide better sound than ever before, with a more discreet - even "invisible" - size, and features to suit any user.
If your hearing aids stopped working you would notice immediately, but what if there were more subtle changes that prevent you from hearing your best? With gradual changes over time you may not even be aware that your sound is no longer optimal.
Of course hearing aids with rechargeable batteries eliminate the ongoing cost and hassle of buying new batteries. But the benefits of rechargeable hearing aids go much further than that.
See why Carol absolutely LOVES her new hearing aids.
Ellen* was diagnosed with dementia and didn’t communicate much. She no longer participated in family gatherings. Our audiologist diagnosed her with severe hearing loss in both ears. See what happened when Ellen was fitted with hearing aids…
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