Hearing Health Blog
A hearing healthcare professional is there to help you with a variety of different problems. A lot of people are aware that they exist, but they’re unsure when they should visit one. With that being said, we’ve put together a short post that explains when you should pick up the phone and book an appointment with a hearing care provider.
You might have heard of behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids before and are wondering what they are. These are one style of hearing aid available to individuals with hearing loss and are suitable for most everyone – including children. To determine if a BTE hearing aid is right for you, consider the information below and talk more with your audiologist about
Many people don’t know when it’s time to have their ears cleaned by a professional. You might think that because you clean your ears yourself every now and again that this is enough to keep them in good condition. But, often it isn’t, and there are some signs that you can look out for that would indicate that you need
The hearing test is one of the audiologist’s most commonly requested services. For them, it’s an easy, routine procedure and there’s nothing to be worried about. However, if you have never had one before, it’s only natural you might be a little nervous and want to make sure that it goes as well as possible. For that reason, here are
When you find out you need hearing aids, there are a few steps you’ll take to ensure you get the right devices with the right settings for you. Your audiologist will schedule a hearing aid fitting to complete these steps, including the physical fit of your devices, education on settings, care and maintenance, in addition to programming your hearing aids