Taking care of your hearing devices is an important part of maintaining good hearing health. With proper care and maintenance, hearing devices can last for several years. In this blog, we’ll discuss some tips on how to take care of your hearing aids to make them last longer. Cleaning Your Hearing Devices Cleaning your hearing […]
When it comes to hearing health, many people don’t know the difference between an audiologist and an ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) doctor. Both professionals are specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing conditions and disorders, but they have different roles and responsibilities. Knowing the differences can help you determine whic
Make sure your battery isn’t dead. Before any cleaning, you want to make sure your Oticon over-the-ear devices don’t have a dead battery. When you place them on the charger, you will see a yellow/orange light when they are charging and a green light when they are fully charged. It typically takes 3-4 hours of […]
Brush Microphone Ports. Attempt to clear any debris near your microphone ports with the brush you received with your ReSound device. After that, you can use an electronic safe alcohol wipe to clean off the surface of your dome of your device. The dome is the piece that enters your ear, so you want to […]
An easy-to-follow step-by-step of how to sync your new hearing devices with your phone using Bluetooth technology.
No matter the size of your trip, you will likely need to pack your hearing aids – and that doesn’t need to be a hassle. You can keep your devices in ideal shape with a little bit of planning ahead of time. Before leaving on your trip, read through the following list and give us […]
As a practice led by doctorate-level audiologists, we’re certainly advocates for both affordable and properly-diagnosed hearing loss treatment. People shouldn’t have to choose between treating chronic hearing loss and other necessities, like housing or food. Unfortunately, that decision is often made by lower income, elderly Americans.