You may have come accross personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) as you research hearing aid options to treat your hearing loss. The marketing for these devices is slick, with vague promises to help you hear more. Our hearing specialists at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas have been asked about picking up a PSAP, as it Read more..
Hearing aid users, get ready to take a technological leap. Starting the summer of 2019, Widex will be selling the world’s first battery-free hearing device! The WIDEX EVOKE EC™ hearing aid features the world’s smallest commercially available fuel cell. When your hearing aid needs to be charged, you simply place it in the refill unit Read more..
Hearing aids can help so much with recovering your hearing, but there are some common side effects that can be difficult to deal with for a new hearing aid user. To help you overcome these common issues, our hearing aid specialists have some advice you can start using today. Everything Sounds So Loud One of Read more..
Performing basic maintenance on your hearing aids is a great way to help them last longer and provide the best sound quality possible. So, to start, our hearing specialists here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas wanted to walk you through how to change the filter on your hearing aids. Why Change Hearing Aid Filters Read more..
Here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we like to keep an eye on the latest hearing technology advancements so we can provide our clients with the best options possible. And 2019 is starting out strong with the hearing aid manufacturer Oticon putting out a brand-new AI assistant that helps maximize the usefulness of your Read more..
When you receive new hearing aids, it may surprise you to know that they likely won’t be a perfect fit right out of the box. But that doesn’t mean your new hearing devices can’t become ideal for your hearing needs. Here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we like to say that your hearing aids Read more..
At Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we’re proud to carry a variety of quality hearing aid brands. We are especially excited about Oticon Opn, Oticon’s newest line of premiere custom hearing aids. Designed for people with mild-to-profound hearing loss, Opn hearing aids come in 8 colors and 3 styles: Behind-The-Ear (BTE) Receiver-In-Canal (RIC Mini Receiver-In-The Read more..
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, the last thing you need to worry about is your hearing aids. By keeping a few guidelines in mind, you can ensure your hearing aids are in tip-top shape during your journey. If you’re going overseas or plan to be out of town for an extended period, you Read more..
For those who are deaf or profoundly hard-of-hearing, it can be tough negotiating a world where it’s assumed you can hear. Unless subtitles or a sign language translator is provided, theater performances are just one of the pleasures regularly denied to people who are deaf. Those who are hard-of-hearing can be helped by hearing aids Read more..
Improving your hearing starts with hearing aids, but specialty hearing aid care and hearing rehabilitation are crucial to making the most out of your hearing aids. Hearing Rehabilitation Increases Hearing Aid Success Hearing loss slowly cuts people off from natural sounds such as birds chirping, appliances humming, and other everyday sounds. Once someone with hearing Read more..