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Question:How often should hearing aids be replaced?

December 5, 2016Author: Donovan Davisson

Avatar of Donovan DavissonAnswer:Question: How often should hearing aids be replaced? Answer: With care and regular maintenance a good pair of hearing aids can last up to five years. Here are a few smart practices that can extend the life of your hearing aid. Regular Cleaning Ear wax and other buildup can accumulate quickly and cause lasting harm
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Question:Do hearing aids help with ringing in the ears (tinnitus)?

December 2, 2016Author: Roger Angelelli

Avatar of Roger AngelelliAnswer:Question: Do hearing aids help with ringing in the ears (tinnitus)? Answer: Tinnitus has dozens of possible causes and it affects every individual differently, so it’s important to understand that while there is no cure, there are several ways to manage the symptoms. Successful treatment depends on the individual and the degree of tinnitus you
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Question:Do Hearing Aids Prevent or Slow Further Hearing Loss?

November 21, 2016Author: Ky Willbanks

Avatar of Ky WillbanksAnswer:Question: Do hearing aids prevent or slow further hearing loss? Answer: The answer to this question is complex, because there are two aspects to hearing loss. First, physical hearing—do your ears hear a stimulus or a particular sound? In most cases, hearing aids won’t prevent or slow physical hearing loss. Only time will tell what
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Question:What are the best models of hearing aid for treating profound hearing loss?

November 11, 2016Author: Heather Dooley

Avatar of Heather DooleyAnswer:Question: What are the best models of hearing aid for treating profound hearing loss and why? Do they cost more than other hearing aids? Answer: The best kind of hearing aid for treating profound hearing loss is a behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid. The larger case allows for a larger battery (size 675), which in turn
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Question:Question: How often do hearing aid batteries need to be changed?

November 10, 2016Author: Donovan Davisson

Avatar of Donovan DavissonAnswer:Question: How often do hearing aid batteries need to be changed and is there a way to extend the life of batteries? Are rechargeable hearing aids a good alternative? Answer: Depending on your hearing aid model and level of usage, your batteries will need to be changed every three to ten days. Most hearing aids
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Question:Why do I need two hearing aids? Can’t I hear everything I need to hear with just one?

November 13, 2015Author: Austin Singelton, Au.D.

Avatar of Austin Singelton, Au.D.Answer:Question: Why do I need two hearing aids? Can’t I hear everything I need to hear with just one? Answer: The simple answer is that we have two ears, just like we have two eyes—and you don’t see a lot of people walking around with monocles these days. That’s because, when you have bad vision, you
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Question:I see ads for hearing amplifiers that cost a couple of hundred dollars. Why should I pay more for hearing aids?

November 1, 2015Author: Austin Singelton, Au.D.

Avatar of Austin Singelton, Au.D.Answer:Question: I see ads for hearing amplifiers that cost a couple of hundred dollars. Why should I pay more for hearing aids? Answer: Access to better, cheaper technology is greater now than it has ever been in the history of mankind. Not only does that mean that hearing aids keep improving and creating better experiences
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Question:Why Do Hearing Aids Cost so Much?

October 15, 2015Author: Austin Singelton, Au.D.

Avatar of Austin Singelton, Au.D.Answer:Question: Why do hearing aids cost so much? Answer: It is true, the high price of hearing aids can be a barrier for individuals who want help with their hearing loss. Here at TruHearing, we’re trying to lower the cost of hearing aids; however, there are some very real factors that keep the cost of
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