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Questions to Ask About Hearing Aid Audiology

If you believe that your hearing ability has diminished, you might want to contact an audiologist and inquire about having a hearing aid installed. Here are a few important questions answered.

  • Can I have a hearing aid which is not immediately noticeable?
    So-called "invisible" hearing aids can be created for people who feel self-conscious or don't for some other reason want these devices to draw undue attention to them. In order to acquire these benefits, the hearing aid in question will have to be custom-designed and built to the exact contour of a wearer's ear.

  • Can an audio aid be directly implanted into your ear?
    Though sometimes called "bionic ears", these aids can most precisely be designated as "cochlear implants". This name refers to an inner section within the ear responsible for capturing sound. This procedure can be a useful response to the most serious problems with hearing loss.

  • What kind of batteries are used in the hearing aid I am considering for purchase?
    People suffering with hearing loss may choose various different hearing aids powered by battery power sources which are rechargeable, disposable, or standard. The last such option is most often used today, and is a Zinc Air model.

  • Are there any known problems with the hearing aid I am thinking of using?
    The small size in which hearing aids are needed to operate mixed with their proximity to the skull can cause practical issues. Two commonly recognized issues with hearing aids include feedback and occlusion. The latter is a well known term, but the second, more obscure word refers to the echoing effect which the aid can produce in the ear canal.
  • Nat'l Institute On Deafness & Other Comm. Disorder
    NIH is the Federal government's focal point for the support of biomedical research. With a focus on deafness and other communicative disorders to research and provide solutions.
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    Some women and men work as audiology doctors. As you may know, this is a branch of medicine that concerns the sense of hearing. Therefore experts in this field commonly deal with hearing aids, digital ear accessory devices, and determining causes for the loss of hearing in patients. As a doctor or professional in this line of work, you may have to assess the health of a patient, and run specific tests in order to determine the source of his/her hearing loss. Many adults and children visit audiology doctors and clinics every year in order to get assistance with a hearing condition. In other words, there are many opportunities in this branch of medicine.

    If you work as an audiology doctor, you will need to first acquire a bachelor’s degree, and then complete medical school, as well as a residency at a clinic or hospital. This way you will have the professional skills needed to assist patients with hearing loss. Often people need some type of hearing aid or amplifier accessory that is anchored onto the ear. These digital devices are worn to assist people with hearing more clearly. You will often need to address the cochlear, or spiral cavity of the inner ear canal on patients. This is what helps people receive sound waves, and basically hear things. Sometimes a wireless hearing aid or digital accessory is needed to make this happen.

    You will often have to deal with anyone from wholesale hearing aid providers, to family insurance policy holders, to other audiology experts when working in this branch of medicine.



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