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Hearing aids are incredible devices that can help those suffering from hearing loss regain some independence in their lives. However, with all the astonishing technology involved with hearing aids, it should be no surprise that these devices are a little on the delicate side, too. That said, with the right care and attention, you should be able to keep your

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Your hearing is one of your most important senses and we rely on our hearing every day for everything that we do. A hearing test with an audiologist can determine whether you need to consider hearing aids to communicate with the world around you better. Once you select your devices, your audiologist will schedule a hearing aid fitting to make

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If you think your hearing aids aren't working properly, you can do some troubleshooting at home to work out what might be wrong. There are several issues that you can tackle yourself, including blocked tubes or empty batteries. However, there are some repairs that you might not be able to take care of yourself. You might find that you need

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Hearing aids are an often misunderstood device. They’re usually associated with seniors because of how common it is to suffer from hearing loss at an older age, but did you know that millions of people in America alone suffer from it? Hearing loss is a condition that, much like the tool designed to alleviate it, is misunderstood. So to help

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Taking charge of your hearing loss by wearing hearing aids has been shown to:  Reduce social isolation Improve relationships with your loved ones Reduce negative emotional consequences of hearing loss such as depression, anxiety, frustration, and loneliness Increase earning power by maintaining higher productivity at work Decrease embarrassing faux pas that occur when hearing is not good Improve safety through better

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Most of the patients with hearing loss that present to our clinic are helped quite successfully with hearing aids.  Sometimes, however, a patient may present with such severe or profound hearing loss that even the most powerful hearing aids on the market today may not provide sufficient benefit.   Although hearing aids (HAs) and cochlear implants (CIs) both provide better

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As more hearing aids are developed with direct-to-iPhone or iPad Bluetooth connectivity, more hearing aid users are realizing the wonderful benefits of hearing aids that also serve as wireless headsets for music and audio-book streaming, as well as Bluetooth headsets for phone conversations.  Amy and Liz are two patients seen in our Houston office this week.  Both could finally carry

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Life happens.  Every year, as summertime water activities ramp up, we experience an increase in calls from panicked patients who accidentally jumped into a pool or the ocean while wearing their hearing aids.  As much as electronics and water typically don't go well together, all is not lost if your hearing aids do get a soaking!   5 tips that

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If you are a  hearing aid user who depends on your hearing aids, a non-working hearing aid can spell trouble.  This is especially true if your hearing aid stops working or does not sound right just before an important family gathering, business meeting, or important doctor appointment where it is critical for you to hear!  Following are some easy, at-home

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1. Lyric Extended-Wear Hearing aids For those looking for an invisible, hassle-free device that provides 24/7 hearing along with excellent sound quality and high moisture resistance, the Lyric continues to be the only device on the market that meets the demands of the active user who demands exceptional performance in a convenient, cosmetically invisible package. 2. Oticon Opn  This newest hearing

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