While some won’t acknowledge their hearing loss, over 15% of Americans report some sort of hearing loss at a point in their lives. This means that a large portion of the population is worried about their hearing. Approximately one third of people with hearing loss will receive a hearing aid. Hearing aid technology continues to Read more..
One of the main recommendations being made to help protect yourself from the transmission of coronavirus is to not touch your face. However, hearing aid users are often accustomed to reaching up and changing listening programs, repositioning their devices, and other unconscious face touching. If you are concerned about safely handling your hearing aids during Read more..
When properly fitted, hearing aids should not cause you any problems. However, everyone’s hearing circumstances are unique, and without the right care and adjustments, there is the potential for your hearing aids to cause headaches as well as other issues. Here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we take multiple steps to ensure that our Read more..
On your Behind-The-Ear and Receiver-In-Canal Oticon hearing aids, you will have a hearing aid dome. This dome helps to situate your hearing aid speaker so that you can have sound properly transmitted. However, this dome isn’t meant to last the lifetime of your Oticon hearing aids. Since the hearing aid dome is positioned at the Read more..
(Image source: Widex) Your hearing aids represent a significant investment in your hearing health. It is likely that you received a small kit and advice on how to maintain your hearing aids so that you can enjoy the best hearing possible. But, what you may not have heard about before are hearing aid dryers and 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..
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..
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..
Your hearing aids represent an investment in your hearing health, and it is important to clean them regularly to keep your hearing aids in top working order. However, there are many chemicals which are not safe to use as a hearing aid cleaner. Avoid Using Standard Cleaning Products On Hearing Aids When our hearing specialists Read more..
Like all forms of technology, hearing aids need regular maintenance to stay in top performance. Yet, sometimes issues outside of regular maintenance may cause the hearing aids to not work or at least, not work to their optimal capacity. So, to help those who own hearing aids, we have created a quick troubleshooting guide for Read more..