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How Do Hearing Aids Work?

How Do Hearing Aids Work?

Millions of people around the world rely on hearing aids to help them capture sound better. In fact, nearly 75% of people over the age of 65 have some degree of hearing loss. If you think you’re one of those people and are curious to learn more about how hearing aids work and what options are available to you – this article will help!
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How Do I Know if Hearing Aids Will Work for Me

How Do I Know if Hearing Aids Will Work for Me

Suffering from mild to moderate hearing loss? Chances are you’re one of many who find themselves asking, “How do I know if hearing aids will work for me?” Even as debilitating as hearing loss can be, there are countless people who endure it due to doubt and procrastination. But the reality is, you’ll never really know how effective they can be if you don’t make an effort to try. You can improve your ability to hear by simply setting up an appointment to begin the process.
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Speech in Noise: When You Need This Test

Speech in Noise: When You Need This Test

Many patients cannot hear well in noisy environments, even when fitted with the latest digital, dual microphone devices. How can this be if they have completed a hearing evaluation and were given hearing aids? In most cases, it’s because the professional did not use a speech-in-noise test as part of their evaluation.
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The Difference Between Us and the “Big Box” Stores

The Difference Between Us and the “Big Box” Stores

Curious if the ‘big box store’ hearing aids are just as good as the ones you get in your local hearing centre? It’s highly unlikely. We will show you why regulated health care providers like ours are the better option when shopping for hearing device technology. After all, your health matters the most.
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The Top 7 Ways Our Hearing Changes with Age

The Top 7 Ways Our Hearing Changes with Age

Did you know that nearly half of adults over the age of 65 experience hearing loss to some degree? And if left untreated, as many people do out of embarrassment, hearing loss can lead to a number of problems such as the inability to properly communicate with others, along with social isolation, depression, and even dementia.
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