Once your hearing loss has been diagnosed and amplification has been recommended by your audiologist, it is time to choose which style of hearing aid is most appropriate for you! There are several styles to choose from, and you will need the advice of your hearing care provider to make sure that the correct one…

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Put simply, there are two types of traditional hearing aids – in the ear (custom) and behind the ear. The decision between these two types can be based on the factors listed above especially cosmetics, hearing loss severity and features. Keep in mind that hearing aid technology is always changing and improving. Some hearing aid…

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Hearing aids are certainly an investment but one that is well worth it to improve your quality of life. It is important to have your hearing care provider clean and check your devices regularly. At the office, the staff is trained to safely clean the more delicate areas and have additional tools to do so.…

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Hearing aids can be easily damaged by dirt particles and wax, so it is important to regularly clean your hearing aids. With the right tools, you can easily and properly clean your hearing aids to ensure they continue to work properly. Dry cloth Dry, soft cloths are beneficial for removing visible debris. Gently wipe down…

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Hearing aids are certainly an investment but one that is well worth it to improve your quality of life. It is important to have your hearing care provider clean and check your hearing aids and associated devices regularly. At The Hearing Place, our staff is trained to safely clean the more delicate areas of hearing…

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