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How Hearing Loss Happens

Good Vibrations What we know as sound is a series of vibrations. Sound travels through the air and hits the eardrum, causing it to vibrate. The eardrum’s vibrations are then amplified through the middle ear by three small bones called ossicles. Deep in the ear, the vibrations are turned into nerve impulses. The brain translates […]

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Hearing Aid Advancements in 2019

Hearing aids are needed more than ever before, as the baby boomer generation represents 30 percent of the population and are reaching retirement age. With that growth in the senior and hearing disadvantaged population, the hearing aid industry has risen to the challenge. 2019 has seen promising advancements in the industry, and this article will […]

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Everything You Need to Know About the 3 Types of Hearing Loss

When people think of hearing loss, they usually just think of how much or how well you can hear. But what most people are not aware of is that hearing loss comes in different forms and ways. It is important to know these types of hearing loss so doctors can target the cause of your […]

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3 Significant Ways You Can Benefit From Custom Earplugs

The sensitivity of the human ears is a topic that not many of us explore until an issue arises. But if you work or participate in activities where your ears are put under extreme conditions such as construction, music, motorcycle riding, or frequently traveling via airplane then you may be more aware of the need […]

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The Wonderful World of Hearables: Hearing Aid Repair in the 21st Century

Hearing aid technology has come a long way from the days of the now cartoonish hearing aid trumpets. You’ve seen them—they look like giant megaphones that go into your ear. Technology has come a long way since those bulky accessories; modern earpieces are essentially a tiny computer that goes into your ear. Mission Hearing Aid […]

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Why Should I Visit an Audiologist?

Of all the things we see a doctor for—the flu, a broken bone, infections, and so on—we probably don’t visit too often for our ears. But, in reality, it’s incredibly important that we do so. Audiologists are able to help us understand why our hearing might be suffering, detect issues we may not realize we […]

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