How to Pick the Best Hearing Aid(s) for You.
The best hearing aid type depends on your hearing loss, lifestyle and preferences.
The most important factors for hearing aid success are acoustic fit and physical fit.
Acoustic fit is how well a Licensed hearing care professional programs the aid(s) to your specific hearing needs.
Physical fit has to do with how well they fit in your ear(s), which affects both hearing and comfort.
*most manufacturers offer four levels of technology, such as basic, standard, advanced and premium*
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Whatever your needs
Make an appointment to get a hearing test if you: 1. Are 40 - 50 years of age 2. Have close relatives with hearing loss. 3. Have trouble hearing conversations. 4. Are around/or used to be around loud noises on a regular basis. 5. Often hear ringing in your ears. .
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I'm a Registered Hearing Aid Practitioner who is also Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences and a Licensed Industrial Audiometric Technician.