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Selecting the style of hearing aid that’s right for you or someone you love can be overwhelming. Will it work? Do I have to spend more money to get the best value? How do I know I’m getting the right style, brand or technology? You shouldn’t have to answer these important questions alone. We’ve put together a starter sheet to

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During Better Hearing & Speech Month we will be offering free hearing screenings to the public! If you've found yourself experiencing any of these symptoms give us a call at 704-912-4410 to schedule a time to come in.

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The importance of closed captions on TV is underrated, ask anyone who uses them. For people with hearing loss the captions are almost a life saver- they bring life to the TV program. Movie theaters are a whole different story. They are loud, the sound effects are overwhelming and immersive, while the clarity of dialogue remains a bit questionable. That

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Q: What is an audiologist? A: An audiologist is someone who received an Au.D. (Doctorate in Audiology), or a Master’s from an accredited university graduate program in audiology. Audiologists are trained to diagnose, manage, and treat individuals with hearing and balance problems from birth to adulthood. In most states audiologists must be licensed by the state’s Board of Audiology and

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The initial reaction most of my patients have upon being fit with their hearing devices is typically something along the lines of “If I had known how much better things would get I would have done this a long time ago, they are more than worth the investment.” While good hearing devices are not cheap, the improvement they bring about

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Have you ever sat down and thought about what the sounds of your life are? How precious they are. How important they are. Hearing is so crucial to making you a part of the conversation, a part of the group, a part of the society we live in. Some sounds might be more important than others but they're all part

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Hearing : The act of perceiving sound Hearing Loss : an increase in the threshold of audibility caused by age, infirmity, or prolonged exposure to intense noise Clarity : Clearness and lucidity as to perception and understanding; freedom from indistinctness and ambiguity Deaf : Deprived of the sense of hearing; unable to hear There is a reason why I’m starting

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