The latest information on hearing aid fitting for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about getting the best fit with hearing aids to make the right hearing health decisions.
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After opening its doors in January 1995, Audiological Services in Lufkin, Texas, has committed to serving the community with personalized hearing healthcare.
Purchasing hearing aids is the first step to improving your hearing loss, but there is often an adjustment period to go through before becoming accustomed to new sounds in your daily life.
Spring cleaning is the best time of the year to begin with a clean slate - literally and figuratively.
Visiting a hearing aid center for a hearing test and consultation is the first step in buying hearing aids.
In most cases, hearing aids fit comfortably and do not cause pain or irritation.
Alta’s revolutionary hearing aid fitting process reaches beyond the audiogram to enable practitio...
Trust a healthcare professional to correctly diagnose and prescribe the correct hearing aid for your ears just as you trust an eye doctor to prescribe corrective lenses for your eyes.
State Health officials urged to alert consumers to the potential risks of buying hearing aids without being evaluated by a licensed hearing healthcare professional.
Prevention goes a long way in keeping your hearing aids working their best, but it’s important to know how to troubleshoot common problems and when to call a professional.
Most hearing aids require only the occasional wiping with a dry cloth. However for hearing aids needing a little more cleaning at home, the following tips will help you.
When getting new hearing aids, work with an audiologist to choose one that fits your lifestyle and be patient as you become familiar with your new technology.
Thinking about buying hearing aids, but not sure where to start? Seek professional advice in order to determine your level of hearing impairment and to be fitted with proper aids.
Whether or not a used hearing aid will work for another individual is dependent on several factors, including the type of hearing aid and the hearing loss and listening needs of the wearer.
While the average lifespan of hearing aids can be as long as five years, sometimes replacement is required sooner due to changes in hearing levels or changes in hearing aid technology.
Hearing aid feedback, sometimes referred to as "whistling" or "squealing," is typically caused by hearing aids that do not fit properly or by ear wax blocking the ear canal. Most new hearing aids offer technology that reduces or eliminates this annoying feedback.
Just like our eyes, our brains are wired to receive sound from both ears. So when your audiologist says that you are experiencing bilateral hearing loss, you may want to consider two hearing aids for these reasons.
Following a few simple TSA rules and guidelines can help individuals with hearing aids and hearing loss get through airport security easily and enjoy air travel this holiday season.
Scanning the ear canal with 3-D imaging technology is faster, easier and more accurate making hearing aids fit with a tighter seal, necessary to prevent feedback between the microphone and receiver.
6 tips for hearing aid wearers on how they can go green. It is surprisingly easy.
If two hearing aids are recommended for your hearing loss, you will have the best success when wearing both. There are many benefits to wearing bilateral hearing aids.
Materials science innovator P2i has created AridionTM, a revolutionary liquid-repellent nano-coating...
Keeping your hearing aids clean, dry, and safe can help them last longer and avoid costly repairs.
Skodsborg, DK June 4 -- Ida Institute held the first of three Motivational Engagement seminars planned for 2009 in Skodsborg, Denmark on May 18-20. The May seminar engaged more...
Each Ear Canal Is Unique Even though all ear canals are basically open tubes, each has a different shape - longer, shorter, wider, more narrow, curved here, straight there. Just...
Does this scenario sound familiar to you? You (or someone you know) have an age-related hearing loss but refuse to get treated. Maybe you are in denial and, even though you...
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