Wearing Hearing Aids Can Help You Live Longer

Wearing Hearing Aids Can Help You Live Longer

Untreated hearing loss has often been linked to various negative effects to your mental and physical health, but many people don’t realize how much your hearing affects your entire body.  Fifteen million people in the United States actively avoid seeking treatment for...

What Is Unilateral Hearing Loss?

What Is Unilateral Hearing Loss?

Unilateral hearing loss, also known as loss of hearing in one ear, is a condition where an individual has difficulty hearing in one ear and normal hearing in the other. This type of hearing loss can be caused by various factors, such as – Genetics, injury Infection...

The ReSound OMNIA: Reviews from Our Trusted Patients

The ReSound OMNIA: Reviews from Our Trusted Patients

ReSound is one of the most prominent hearing aid manufacturers in the world, and they once again have released a new wearable hearing aid featuring groundbreaking technology. We are always thankful for more options for our patients when they are selecting the right...

Why Is It A Good Idea To Replace Your Earmolds?

Why Is It A Good Idea To Replace Your Earmolds?

Some patients are wearing hearing devices with custom earmolds. These earmolds can be connected to hearing aids with traditional tubing or attached to the end of a receiver wire. Either style needs to be replaced in time. Just like hearing devices, earmolds do not...

Jabra vs. ReSound – Here’s What People Are Saying

Jabra vs. ReSound – Here’s What People Are Saying

With the recent changes being made to how we access hearing care, we want to get all the facts straight and ensure that everyone here in our corner of Massachusetts is getting the best care possible. Part of that is experimenting with new products to see if they...

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