When your hearing aid is shipped to you from Advanced Affordable Hearing, it is sent with standard thin tubing already attached for your convenience. However, if you have a high-level hearing loss, the standard thin tube may not be suitable for your specific hearing loss or situation. You may need more power.
In this video, our care specialist, David, answers the question Can Hearing Aids Help High-Frequency Hearing Loss?
Choosing a hearing aid that will work well for you will depend largely on your specific needs. Your hearing aid needs will include a combination of factors, like your type and severity of hearing loss, your lifestyle, and what model of hearing aid you're most comfortable wearing and maintaining.
If you've never purchased hearing aids before, choosing a hearing aid can seem overwhelming. There are so many options! Rechargeable or battery-operated? What features do you need and want? How do you find the hearing aid that is right for you at an affordable price?
A common question we receive is: Can I wear these hearing aids and my glasses at the same time? The answer is yes! You can wear our behind-the-ear hearing aids with your glasses!
Whether you're an avid sports fan, a sit-com enthusiast, or a news junky, you don't want to miss out on what's happening on television. However, if you have hearing loss, there are plenty of ways for you to better hear your TV.
Most hearing aids include program settings so you can adjust for different sound environments. However, the program settings available depend on the model of hearing aid you choose.
Your hearing aids are electronic devices, and just like most electronic devices, they can be damaged by exposure to water and moisture. With that in mind, we’ve provided useful tips to help you protect your hearing aids from moisture!