Ask the Audiologist
When it comes to hearing aids one size doesn’t fit all. At Tustin Hearing Center, we take each patient’s individual needs and hearing into account when recommending a hearing device. A hearing aid that one patient likes might not be the right one for another patient. We are committed to finding the right hearing solution for each individual.
There are two main categories of hearing aids: daily-wear and extended-wear. The most common type of hearing aids is daily-wear devices. This means you put them on in the morning and take them off in the evening. You are changing batteries roughly once a week and take care of the cleaning and maintenance of the devices.
January 15, 2020 Ask the Audiologist
It is not easy talking with a family member, friend, or co-worker about hearing loss. Bringing up the conversation can heighten emotions especially if there is denial or fear. Hearing loss usually happens gradually and often starts to interfere with relationships. It wears on the other person because it requires frequent repetition.