Hearing Health Blog

Over the last five decades, hearing aid technology has improved vastly in the sizes, styles and features available to individuals with hearing loss. Even at its most mild forms, hearing loss can impact your day-to-day activities , from communicating with coworkers to loved ones. Once you have had your hearing tested and with a skilled audiologist, it’s important to learn

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There are over 50 million Americans who currently experience tinnitus . Of those 50 million, 20 million have a moderate form of the condition, while more than two million have a more severe degree. It can be constant or intermittent, but it’s always the same – a ringing, buzzing, whirring or whooshing noise that does not have an external cause. Impact

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Hearing impairment is easily one of the most overlooked of all disabilities. Because it’s “invisible,” it’s often misunderstood, both by those of us affected by it as well as those around us. While hearing loss is not difficult to diagnose, those affected often do not seek or access the support and tools they need to improve their situation. Instead, they

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Technology is always developing and improving, especially when it comes to devices that are used for your health and wellbeing, like hearing aids. Over the past few years, new technological developments have allowed audiologists to recommend and program advanced settings and features that can help you hear more clearly than ever before. Even though advanced hearing aids are made up

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Am I A Candidate for CROS and BICROS Hearing Devices? CROS and BICROS technology has been used for many years as the best way to address Single Sided Deafness (SSD).  SSD deafness describes situations when a patient has profound hearing loss or very poor word discrimination on one side, with better hearing or even normal hearing sensitivity on the opposite

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