Common Questions

  • How can I tell if I need a hearing test?

    by Shelly Caldwell

    A hearing test is simple and painless. It takes most people years to notice the gradual onset of hearing loss. So if you are starting to

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  • I can hear people speak, but sometimes I can’t understand what they say. Why is that?

    by DAurora

    Hearing loss is an ‘understanding’ problem. Understanding words and sentences is a function of your brain and relies on receiving sou

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  • Is hearing loss just part of growing old?

    by DAurora

    While hearing loss is common as we age, there are many factors that can contribute to hearing loss.

    Excessive Noise Exposure (prolong

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  • What is conductive hearing loss?

    by DAurora

    Conductive hearing loss is caused by a condition or disease that blocks or impedes the movement of sound waves throughout the outer or mi

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  • What is sensorineural hearing loss?

    by DAurora

    Sensorineural hearing loss results from auditory nerve dysfunction within the inner ear. It is typically irreversible and permanent. It a

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  • Are there different types of hearing loss?

    by DAurora

    Most always hearing loss is categorized as either conductive or sensorineural. Most hearing loss is sensorineural and commonly referred t

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