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Most people with hearing aids go through numerous batteries a year.  Besides the cost involved, changing batteries numerous times a month can be quite a hassle. We would like to introduce to you a new product that Phonak has released, the new Audeo B Rechargeable hearing aid. This is the first hearing aid in the world to feature a built-in

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My mom had Alzheimer’s disease for the last 9 years of her life here on earth. She also had a hearing loss which we successfully managed with hearing aids for many decades. As she struggled with memory and communication in her later years, we as a family knew that we had done all we could to insure she was hearing

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Many have asked about the LACE program that our clinic offers which is now free to anyone who purchases a hearing aid through our clinic. LACE, or Listening and Communication Enhancement, is a computer based programmed which helps to improve listening skills which are important in various environments or with certain speakers. For example, in a noisy restaurant it’s easy

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(hearing with two ears) You have two ears for a very good reason. Besides insurance against the loss of your receptive organ for communication two ears enable better hearing. This is particularly true in difficult listening situations with background noise. Hearing with two ears accomplishes two things that achieve significant advantage for understanding speech in noise.  Localization of sound. Sound

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(Published in the Edmond Sun under ‘Ask the Doctor’) What’s the best way to clean my ears? You may have heard it said, ‘don’t stick anything smaller than your elbow in your ear.’ This is a good motto. If you have problems with ear wax buildup it’s best to let a professional clean your ears. A cotton swab should only

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Hearing loss has been called the silent hurt. Hearing loss is usually gradual and can go unnoticed for years. In fact, prior to modern testing, a child born with hearing loss could easily be misdiagnosed receiving improper treatment until age 4 or 5! Hearing loss is a symptom that is invisible, and as such, it’s not well understood by friends

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Excerpt from “Well Preserved with Eunice Khoury” Talk Radio 1000KTOK "My father, Dr. Jack Hough, called hearing loss ‘the silent hurt’. Besides the obvious, that is, ‘silent hurt’ equated with hearing loss disease, he used this phrase primarily because hearing loss is a condition that is misunderstood and many times goes unrecognized. In the past, good examples of this were

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