The Evolution of Hearing Aids

The Evolution of Hearing Aids

Our infographic showing the Evolution of Hearing Aids from the early 17th century to the present time…

Right vs. Left: One Good Ear Is Anything But

woman hand to her ear

Many people who say that they have one “good” ear often actually have hearing loss in both ears. It may seem that the patient is a little hard of hearing in just one ear and that the good ear is normal. But more often than not, hearing loss affects both ears and the good ear may not actually be at a healthy level…

Best Hearing Aids for Your Lifestyle Needs

Couple Boardwalk

Hearing loss can be frustrating for the patients as well as their friends and family members. With 48 million Americans reporting some degree of hearing loss, you’re not alone if you are hard of hearing. However, hearing loss does not have to put a stop to the activities that you enjoy or affect the quality of your social interactions. According to the Better Hearing Institute…

Invisible Hearing Aids: Great Things Come In Small Packages

Beltone micro-Invisa

The technology behind hearing aids is advancing all the time, and nowhere is this progress more evident than in the emergence of virtually invisible hearing aids. These tiny, customized hearing aids are an ideal choice for individuals with mild to moderate hearing loss looking for dramatic results in an inconspicuous package. Even the units that are…

Types of Hearing Loss And How to Treat Them

Mature Couple Talking

There are three main types of hearing loss and treatment options differ for each. Any time a person experiences hearing loss of any kind, they suffer some common effects including isolation from loved ones, communication difficulties and trouble reaching personal or professional goals. That’s why it’s important to address hearing issues the correct way based on…

How to Approach Someone About Hearing Loss

Father and Son Talking

If you are concerned that your loved one’s quality of life is being impacted by hearing loss, but he or she doesn’t believe there is a problem, you might need to look at your own behavior. Often, those closest to a person inadvertently ‘enable’ them and mask the reality of a hearing problem, which makes it that much harder to convince them that action is…


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