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Questions to Ask About Hearing Aids

If you find you are experiencing difficulty hearing speech and other aural vibrations with the accustomed clarity, you might want to speak with someone about being fitted for a hearing aid. The following questions, and others, could be directed either toward a medical professional, or a fellow sufferer of hearing loss.

  • Should I purchase hearing aids which fit in behind or in my ears?
    The two basic consumer choices for those suffering hearing reductions are referred to as, respectively, BTE and ITE. The first type has the advantage of preventing earwax and other organic substances from interfering with the reception of human speech and other vibrations. Moreover, these kinds of aids can more easily be combined with outside devices and FM systems.

  • Should I have a hearing aid implanted in my ear?
    One typical type of device employed for hearing aid wearers which is electronically based consists of cochlear implants. The surgical procedure through which these hearing aids are placed in the user act to restore functionality at the cellular level of the hairs inside of an ear.

  • Can these devices interface with digital cellphones?
    Not notwithstanding regulatory efforts by the FCC to increase the compatibility of new digital devices, these communication tools continue to lag behind analog phones in their ability to interface with the more commonly used type of cell phones.

  • What type of battery will I use to power my hearing aid?
    The modern hearing aid industry has standardized its practices, using the Button Cell Zinc-air battery category. By contrast, most available battery brands cannot be recharged.
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    If you have experienced hearing loss and are not happy with your current hearing aids, find more through our association. We are the premiere source of information for hearing loss solutions.
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    4826 Lavista Road, Tucker, GA 30084
    (770) 938-2400  
    Providing Free Hearing Screenings in Tucker, GA. Think you or your loved may have mild or moderate hearing problems? Stop by for a free hearing screen. No obligation to buy our hearing aids!
    Alpha Hearing & Speech Centers
    1 review: *****
    3220 Northlake Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
    (770) 491-3900 Write review for this local business

    "It's obvious how much they care about their clients and I'm very satisfied with my hearing aids. ..."
    Great American Hearing Aid Centers Write review for this local business
    1950 Buford Mill Dr Ste E, Buford, GA 30519
    (678) 546-9900  
    Save up to 60% off MSRP on quality hearing-aids in the Macon area. We provide all types of digital and analogue hearing aids to fit your personal lifestyle.
    Georgia Hearing Institute Write review for this local business
    540 Hemlock St, Macon, GA 31201
    (478) 741-1800  
    Bashukcarol Roobm Beltone Hearing Care Centers Write review for this local business
    686 1st St, Macon, GA 31201
    (478) 743-1452  
    Pollard Professional Hearing Services Write review for this local business
    3759 Vineville Ave, Macon, GA 31204
    (478) 477-7700  
    Sam's Club Hearing Aid Center Write review for this local business
    4701 Log Cabin Dr, Macon, GA 31204
    (478) 788-0087  
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    4562 Forsyth Rd Ste B, Macon, GA 31210
    (478) 476-4400  
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    6394 Zebulon Rd Ste 105, Macon, GA 31220
    (478) 757-9288  
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    302 Margie Dr, Warner Robins, GA 31088
    (478) 953-2705  
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    1719 Russell Pkwy Bldg 300, Warner Robins, GA 31088
    (478) 923-0106  
    Beltone Hearing Aid Center Write review for this local business
    212 Hospital Dr Ste A, Warner Robins, GA 31088
    (478) 929-4567  
    Beltone Hearing Aid Center Write review for this local business
    1776 N Jefferson St NE, Milledgeville, GA 31061
    (478) 452-2456  
    Hearing Associates Write review for this local business
    111 Fieldstone Dr Ste 106, Milledgeville, GA 31061
    (478) 452-0578  
    Hearing Associates Inc Write review for this local business
    1205 Bellevue Ave Ste G, Dublin, GA 31021
    (478) 277-3738  
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    102 Fairview Park Dr, Dublin, GA 31021
    (478) 272-8382  
    Beltone Hearing Care Centers Write review for this local business
    511 Academy Ave, Dublin, GA 31021
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    Advanced Hearing & Balance Center Write review for this local business
    2505 Moore Station Rd, Dublin, GA 31021
    (478) 274-8030  
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    681 S 9th St, Griffin, GA 30224
    (770) 228-5745  
    Audiological Consultants of Atlanta Write review for this local business
    606 S 8th St, Griffin, GA 30224
    (770) 229-6666  
    Susan A Petrey MA Ccc Write review for this local business
    102 Fairview Park Dr, Dublin, GA 31021
    (478) 272-8382  
    Beltone Hearing Aid Center Write review for this local business
    5008 10th Ave, Eastman, GA 31023
    (478) 374-1212  
    Better Hearing Aid Service Write review for this local business
    4165 Hospital Dr NE, Covington, GA 30014
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    There are many types of hearing disorders, from tinnitus to complete hearing loss. Companies that manufacture hearing aids often offer bulk discounts and other sales on sound wave amplifiers, digital implants, plugs, and wireless battery-operated devices. This industry offers many services for its customers, whether they need behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (INE), or in-the-canal (ITC) devices.

    Professionals in this line of work and range from repair specialists to audiologists to manufacturers. Audiologists and similar specialists can fit individuals for hearing aids using state-of-the-art technology to assess, diagnose, and treat hearing loss. Depending on the severity of the disorder, patients may require varying brands and amplifications to properly listen to sounds. One may visit an ear, nose, and throat doctor or audiologist to get tested. Such doctors must go through medical school and boast the proper training and licenses.

    Whether to reduce background noise or to amplify sound, hearing aids can be helpful to just about anyone with a hearing disorder. Makers and sellers of hearing aids may offer services like warranties, wholesale prices, free delivery, online assistance, and expedited delivery. Such companies will need a valid prescription in order to fill the order. Many hearing aids providers accept insurance plans as well. Other services may include availability of used products, disposable hearing aids, reviews, repair, and custom digital or wireless products.

    Producers of hearing aids should stand behind their products, offering warranties on sound wave amplifiers of all kinds. Some may increase the incentives for bulk purchases by offering bulk discounts. Professionals working in this industry need to have extensive knowledge of all kinds of hearing aids, as well as great communication and selling skills.



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