Hearing Aids


Ask the Audiologist: One Size Does Not Fit All

Ask the Audiologist: One Size Does Not Fit All

February 26, 2020    Ask the Audiologist, Audiology, Hearing Aids

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.

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100% Invisible Hearing Aid

100% Invisible Hearing Aid

February 5, 2020    Ask the Audiologist, Audiology, Hearing Aids

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.

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Hearing Aids in a Private Clinic Versus Costco

Hearing Aids in a Private Clinic Versus Costco

September 11, 2019    Community, Hearing Aids, Hearing Tips

We are often asked if the hearing aids sold at Costco are the same as the products that are fit in the private clinic.  The answer is similar to the famous Hertz commercial, “not exactly.” 

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Signia Styletto Hearing Aids

Signia Styletto Hearing Aids

September 4, 2019    Audiology, Health and Hearing loss, Hearing Aids

Most recently, Signia launched a new hearing aid model called the Styletto. The Styletto is the next step in hearing aid design, providing hearing aid wearers with a truly attractive hearing aid model paired with innovative rechargeable technology. Hearing aid wearers are saying the Signia Styletto fits their life perfectly and that the Styletto is easy to wear because it looks elegant and high tech, fitting their self-image and their lifestyle.

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Benefits of Two Hearing Aids

Benefits of Two Hearing Aids

June 21, 2019    Hearing Aids

It is very common for people with hearing loss to ask their Audiologist, “Do I really need two hearing aids?”  The truth is that there are many reasons why two hearing aids are often necessary, even if your hearing loss is a lot worse in only one ear. Learn about the benefits to wearing two hearing aids.

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