Choosing a Hearing Aid

If you are experiencing hearing loss, odds are good that you’ll benefit from a hearing aid. But choosing the right one is no simple task. Today’s hearing aids are smaller and more feature-packed than their predecessors, offering an array of options. Narrowing the choices down can be tough but there are a few important things you should take into consideration before choosing a hearing aid.…

Hearing Aid Styles

Hearing aid styles have improved greatly with the advent of digital technology. If you’re picturing big and bulky devices with questionable sound quality, you’ll be pleased to learn today’s instruments are smaller, more comfortable and provide sound that is more natural. They are available in a variety of sizes and styles, so finding one that appeals to your lifestyle needs and cosmetic preferences should be…

Hearing Aid Accessories

Hearing aids aren’t just available in a wide range of sizes and styles: nowadays, they can also accommodate a variety of accessories. Deciding which, if any, will benefit you can be tricky. You may want to speak with a hearing healthcare provider at House Clinic to learn more about any particular product. Some of the more popular hearing aid accessories include: Wireless accessories Utilizing Bluetooth®…

Hearing Aid Repairs

Hearing aids are built to provide many years of useful service. However, regular exposure to a harsh environment means they will occasionally encounter problems. No matter how fastidious you are when it comes to hygiene, the ear canals inevitably attract dirt, moisture and earwax buildup – all of which can wreak havoc with the electronic components in your hearing aids. Regular maintenance can help keep…

Hearing Aid Batteries

Without batteries, your hearing aids would be unable to function. To keep your devices running as smoothly as possible without interruption, there are a few things to know about hearing aid batteries. We’ve put together some common questions and answers that should help you get the most from your hearing aid batteries. What kinds of batteries do hearing aids use? Most hearing aids use disposable…

Hearing Aid Care

Hearing aids are a major investment, and you’ll want to get the most out of them that you can. Regular maintenance can help extend their life, and is a must considering the conditions they are exposed to on a regular basis. Moisture, heat, earwax and dirt can all damage electronic components unless cleaned properly. Routine Maintenance Procedures Ideally, your hearing aids should be cleaned on…

Travel Tips

Traveling with hearing loss and/or with hearing aids can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some travel tips to make your trip easier. Hearing Aid Travel Tips Before you go, there are arrangements you can make to make traveling with hearing loss easier. In fact, making as many travel arrangements in advance as possible can make a big difference, because communicating…

Lyric

Lyric™ is the world’s first extended-wear hearing aid and is meant to be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to four months at a time. It is sold on a subscription basis; when the built-in battery is exhausted, a Lyric-trained hearing healthcare provider or hearing professional will fit you with a new device during a simple in-office procedure. Lyric is…