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An audiologist is an expert in hearing care . They are qualified professionals with either a master’s or doctorate and have undergone years of training as a requirement. Audiologists are experts in hearing loss along with many other ear and balance conditions. They can also assess your hearing with accurate tests and use the results to recommend the best treatment

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Your ears are an important part of the body. They interpret sound waves and help maintain balance in your body. This organ has a canal that allows the inflow of sound waves and the removal of earwax. However, it is also a sensitive organ, and it can sometimes get clogged due to internal or externals factors. Although having a clogged

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Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss . These are small electronic devices that can be modified to solve various types of hearing loss. Audiologists recommend hearing aids if your hearing tests show hearing loss across various frequencies. There are three main groups of hearing aids, in the canal (ITC), in the ear (ITE) and behind the

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Did you know that hearing loss affects close to 50 million people in the U.S. alone ? This makes it one of the most common health issues that people face. Hearing loss can either occur at birth or develop gradually at any age. Fortunately, advancement in the audiology industry has led to the creation of various treatment options for people

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It isn’t always possible to prevent hearing loss – it can happen as a natural part of aging , for example – but there are things you can do to minimize your chances of suffering hearing loss as a result of being exposed to loud noises. In actual fact, there are several really simple things you can do to help

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Many people are confused about whether they should see an audiologist or ENT doctor when they are experiencing issues with their hearing. This is not surprising because it isn’t always clear what the differenced are between the two. That’s why, in this post, we’re going to take the time to clear up the question ‘What is the difference between Audiologist

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Once you’ve chosen the right hearing aid for you, you might want to think about picking up a few hearing aid accessories, which will complement your hearing aids and help you to get the most out of them. Some hearing aid accessories are vital because they help to maintain your hearing aids in good order, while some are not essential,

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If you believe that you are one of the millions of Americans currently experiencing hearing loss without receiving treatment, booking an appointment with the audiologist should sit at the top of your priority list. Before having your hearing examination, though, it's important to know exactly what to expect.  One of the big questions at the tip of your tongue should

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If you are one of the millions currently experiencing hearing loss without any treatment, now is the time to take control of the situation. In most cases, then, knowing how to buy hearing aids is top of the agenda. Whether looking to buy your first pair of hearing aids , upgrade your existing outdated solution, or learn more due to

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Hearing loss is an issue that affects over 50 million American citizens of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds. Consciously or subconsciously, it is a condition that impacts lives. Given that no two people experience the same level of hearing loss , the level of impact can be influenced by the severity of hearing loss as well as a host of

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