There is a wide assortment of styles and technologies available in hearing aids today. The type that is most suitable for you is determined by your degree of hearing loss and your lifestyle. After a complete hearing test, you and your hearing health care provider will discuss the various options that would work the best for you.

Why Are My Hearing Aids Whistling?

Hearing aids are wonderful devices that help many of us with hearing loss continue to communicate with the world around us. However, sometimes these devices can produce an unwanted whistling sound. Many clients come to us and ask why their hearing aids are whistling. In general, hearing aids whistle, due to feedback--and there are three [...] Read More

10 Questions to Ask your Hearing Professional

Do you suspect that you have hearing loss and are interested to know what are the best questions to ask your hearing professional when you finally have your appointment? Your hearing professional is really an invaluable resource when facing the possibility of hearing loss for the first time. Knowing the right questions to ask your [...] Read More

Can viruses cause hearing loss?

We commonly associate hearing loss with exposure to loud noises or old age. But did you know that hearing loss can also occur due to infections caused by viruses? These infections have an effect on the cochlea, the blood vessels in the ear or other parts of the body that relate to hearing, potentially causing [...] Read More

Will My Hearing Aid Work in A Noisy Environment?

Are you facing a challenge understanding those speaking around you when there is a lot of background noise? We know that hearing loss is already a challenge--coupled with background noise, it can be hard and exhausting to hear in these environments. If you are struggling to hear when wearing your hearing aid in a noisy [...] Read More

Sudden Hearing Loss – Is It A Cause For Concern?

In short, yes! Sudden hearing loss, known as sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) should be treated as a medical emergency. While many people often downplay sudden hearing loss as temporary or situational, it should be taken seriously. SSNHL usually only affects one ear and occurs in a span of three days or less. It is [...] Read More

How Do I Support a Parent with Hearing Loss?

Are you concerned because you’ve recently noticed your mother or father having difficulty understanding words when in a noisy environment? Is he or she muffling their speech or asking you to speak more slowly or loudly? You suspect that they may be experiencing the first signs of hearing loss; and you’re probably right. But bringing [...] Read More

New Signia Pure Charge&Go AX hearing aid delivers immersive sound in our smallest rechargeable RIC

Our all-new Augmented Focus™ technology lets you follow conversations with ease, even in difficult listening situations. Key features: Augmented Speech Understanding Immersive Soundscape Recharge on-the-go Android & iPhone connectivity AI Digital Assistant Learn more about the Signia Pure Charge&Go AX Book a hearing test to get started on choosing the best hearing aid for your [...] Read More

It’s Cold! How to Care for Hearing Aids During Winter

Many of our hearing clinic clients have recently asked us this question: do I need to take care of my hearing aids differently during the cold, winter season? In short, yes! Here’s a list of things to do to make sure your hearing aids operate the way they should during the cold winter months: Avoid [...] Read More

Does Hearing Loss Affect Relationships?

We all know that communication is paramount in a relationship. So what happens when you or your loved one begins experiencing hearing loss? Will it affect your relationship? In short, the answer is yes. To our clients, there is no bigger threat to their everyday routine than the breakdown of communication due to hearing loss. [...] Read More
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