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What is Low-Frequency Hearing Loss?

If you are diagnosed with low-frequency hearing loss, it means that you are unable to hear sounds in the lower pitch range (deeper sounds).  That would generally include the sounds occurring at 2,000...Read More

Protect Your Hearing this Summer

Summer is here! Don’t let all the fun of summer affect your hearing. Being in the great outdoors this summer whether it be for the fireworks, swimming, or concerts all have more in common than you m...Read More

Swimming with Hearing Aids

You probably have already heard that water and hearing aids don’t mix. However, there have been many improvements in hearing aid technology in recent years that have made it possible for hearing aid...Read More

Can Hearing Aids Hurt My Ears?

When starting with new hearing aids, expect to go through an adjustment period.  As with getting used to new sounds, the ears also need to acclimate to the physical presence of the new devices. Some ...Read More

What to Do with Wet Hearing Aids

Water and hearing aids do not mix. But, if your hearing aids happen to get wet, Don’t panic, there are a few steps you can take to revive them. Remember that your hearing care provider can help you ...Read More

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