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Category Archives: Hearing Aid Facts

Did you know that hearing aid is not just for the elderly people? Did you know that you can wear it in both ears without suffering from loud background noises?

Take a look at the truths about this device as we separate hearing aid facts from fiction in this page.

Hearing Aid Facts

What New Hearing Aid Technology Can You Expect in 2019?

The first hearing aids were conceptualized almost 400 years ago. We've got Francis Bacon to thank for that. He was talking about ear trumpets to help the hard of hearing as far back as 1627. Technology has developed considerably since...

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Hearing Aid Information: The Truth About Hearing Aids

 Approximately 20% of the American population have some degree of hearing loss.  While nearly 30 million of those people could benefit from hearing aids, less than 30% has ever used them. So how exactly do healing aids work and what...

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5 Common Misconceptions About Hearing Aids

If you’re interested in buying hearing aids for the first time, you may have heard a few stories about what to expect!  In this day and age, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction.  Any audiologist will be...

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Why Hearing Aids Cost So Much

Depending on what you need, hearing aids can be a significant purchase.  While you may be able to cover them via healthcare or insurance, the prices expected for aids has inflated over the years.  As a result, many people are...

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Types of Hearing Aids: Which One to Choose?

In the digital age, there are many different choices to pick from when it comes to hearing aids.  Choosing the right model for you depends on functionality as well as comfort!  Some hearing aids fit inside your ear canal, while...

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Introduction to Analog vs. Digital Hearing Aids

While digital hearing aids may be popular right now, did you know that you can still buy analog models?  Hearing aids have come a long way since the days of old.  However, you are still able to choose between analog...

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How Hearing Aids Work and Help You Hear

Many of us wear hearing aids. But how many of us really know how they work? Hearing aids have come a long way from their early years. Digital aids now provide an incredible level of audio support and relief to...

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Your Complete Guide to the Different Types of Hearing Aids

Over 37 million Americans struggle with some form of hearing loss. If you're among them, then we know that you're anxious to learn more about your hearing aid options. Although some people who are hard of hearing might think that...

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The Top Pros and Cons of Invisible Hearing Aids

Nearly 20 percent of the American population report some form of hearing loss. That's 48 million Americans. Adult males ages 20-69 are twice as likely to experience hearing loss than females. Nearly 15% of children ages 6-19 experience some form...

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A Complete Review of the Phonak Hearing Aid

Did you know that a lot of American adults report they suffer from hearing loss? In factl, an approximate 15% of people aged 18 and above have this trouble. That's equivalent to 37.5 million people! Out of these, men are...

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7 Things You Need to Know About Infant Hearing Aids

People are well aware of senior citizens and their relationship with hearing aids. As a matter of fact, 1 out of every 3 people between 65 and 74 experiences hearing loss that aids may be able to help with. But...

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Do I Need a Hearing Aid? 9 Signs That Say You Do

You may think that most people would notice if they have some form of hearing loss. The truth is one quarter of people between age 20 and 69 show signs of hearing loss but simply don't realize it. Perhaps you're...

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