Question: What do you get the person for Christmas who doesn’t want anything, but you know they would love to hear better? Answer: Many claim they don’t NEED anything for Christmas, especially not something else sitting around, but often...
Enjoying the Sand and Waves? Protect Your Hearing Aids!: 8 Simple Do’s & Don’ts
When it comes to hearing aids, a little TLC can go a long way toward helping them perform their best. Whether your summer includes playing Marco Polo, setting sail, or just catching some sun on the sand, dive into these quick maintenance tips to keep the fun at hand. DO consider using a hearing aid […]Read More
What types of services does your office provide?
Question: What types of services does your office provide? Answer: We are an independent Audiology practice promoting awareness of the effects of hearing loss on physical and mental health as well as how this impacts the patient’s lifestyle. We provide hearing healthcare through: Monitoring hearing due to ear infections or noise exposure Obtaining baseline hearing […]Read More
Why do my new hearing aids cause my ear canals to itch?
Question: Why do my new hearing aids cause my ear canals to itch? Answer: If itchiness in the ear canal persists for more than a few days, you may need to change the size of the silicone domes that are attached to the hearing aids that sit within the canal. However, if your earpiece […]Read More
How To Deep Clean Your Hearing Aids
Question: Are there ways to deep clean my hearing aids? I feel like they are never clean enough. Answer: Typically wiping the hearing aids at night with a soft dry cloth or tissue is sufficient for most cleaning, and tools are available to brush away debris from the hearing aids. Wax guards are monthly […]Read More
Does High Humidity Affect My Hearing Aids?
One of the great things about starting your better-hearing journey is that your world is more enjoyable when you can hear all those sounds you’ve been missing. That might also mean you’re getting outside more, possibly exposing your hearing devices to humidity. Your hearing aids are tiny computers, and just like with laptops and tablets, […]Read More