Monthly Archives:January 2016

There’s a big difference between being able to hear perfectly and being completely deaf. Hearing loss almost always happens gradually and can be measured in four degrees. We’ll take a look at these four degrees of hearing loss and how to better identify each of them. Mild Hearing Loss Mild hearing loss refers to a…

One of the major advanced in hearing aids has been new features that greatly reduce the dreaded sound feedback that has historically been problematic. Oticon Inium Sense feedback shield has a feedback management structure developed to distinguish risks of feedback. The ability to better regulate and wipe out feedback is refined through two vital updates…

Hearing aids open whole new doors for those with hearing loss. But as with any piece of valuable equipment, a little bit of daily maintenance goes a long way. To ensure optimal performance of your hearing aid, make hearing aid maintenance part of your nightly routine. Basic cleaning You brush your teeth, charge your electronic…

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