- Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Cerumen Removal
- How Hearing Works
- Different Types of Hearing Loss
- Hearing and Balance
Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids
Download our consumer's guide to hearing aids and make informed decisions on the purchase of your next hearing aid device.
Frequently Asked Questions
We answer some of the commonly asked questions associated with hearing care services as well as hearing aid products and accessories
Cerumen, or ear wax, can be removed from the ear canal so that it does not interfere with listening or comfort, especially for individuals who wear hearing aids.
How Hearing Works
Understanding how the ear works and how we hear is essential in properly diagnosing a hearing problem and how to approach treating that hearing loss.
Different Types of Hearing Loss
Hearing loss may be mild, moderate, moderately-severe, severe or profound and vary across pitches so it is important to understand the many different types of hearing loss.
Hearing and Balance
Dizziness is a symptom that can be caused by problems with the external, middle or inner ear. Proper hearing care can determine the cause of dizziness and how it can be treated.
Tinnitus is a very common disorder that is an abnormal perception of a sound which is unrelated to an external source of stimulation. Many report it as being a constant ringing in the ears.
LACE is an acronym for Listening And Communication Enhancement. Conceived by leading audiologists at the University of California at San Francisco, LACE is an interactive computerized aural rehabilitation program that has already helped thousands of people who live with some degree of hearing loss increase their listening skills by up to 45%.