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Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids

Devices to Help
With Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can affect an individual in every aspect of their life: work, leisure activities like concerts, conversations with family and friends, and home life. By improving the way in which sound is transmitted, people are able to feel normal, communicate effectively, and have an overall better quality of life.

Hearing aids are electronic, battery-run devices that correct a patient’s specific hearing frequencies that need correction to facilitate better hearing.  

Assistive listening devices, alerting devices, and cochlear implants can help some people with hearing loss. Alert systems can work with doorbells, smoke detectors, and alarm clocks to send you visual signals or vibrations. For example, a flashing light can let you know someone is at the door or the phone is ringing. Some people rely on the vibration setting on their cell phones to alert them to calls.


Cochlear implants are electronic devices for people with severe hearing loss. They don’t work for all types of hearing loss.

Understanding
hearing loss

What are you waiting for? Isn’t it time to address that loss of hearing and eliminate a totally unnecessary source of stress in your family life? Time to pick up the phone and make that call to an audiologist near you.

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Before Buying a Hearing Aid

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ask your health insurance if they will cover the cost for new devices.

02.

ask the Audiologist if you can have a trial period so you can make sure the devices are right for you.

03.

ask what the hearing aids warranties, terms and conditions for loss or damage is.

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An audiologist will help show you how to use your hearing aids, how to clean and care for them, along with follow-ups to ensure that you get years of usage and service.

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