Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Guide
At Mass Audiology, we have made at easier for you to learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids with our comprehensive Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Guide. Whether you have questions about hearing loss or have been using hearing aids for a while now, you can learn everything you need to know about hearing loss, hearing aid solutions, and more.
“I have questions about hearing loss.”
Understanding Hearing Loss
- Types of Hearing Loss
- How Hearing Can Affect Your Quality of Life
- Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
- Who Can Have Hearing Loss Problems
- Hearing Loss Prevention
Getting Hearing Loss Help
- When Should You Get Your Hearing Tested?
- Finding a Hearing Care Professional
- What To Expect
- Explaining the Different Types of Hearing Aids
- The Hearing Aid Process: Getting the Hearing Aid That’s Right For You
- How Hearing Aids Can Make Your Life Better
- Why Mass Audiology Is Unique
For First Time Hearing Aid Users
- Adjusting To Your New Hearing Aid Instruments
- Explaining the Parts of a Modern Hearing Aid
- Different Types of Hearing Aids Accessories
“I’ve been using hearing aids for a while now.”
For Experienced Hearing Aid Users
- Latest Advances in Hearing Aid Technology
- Why Do You Get Tired When You Wear Your Hearing Aids?
- When Should You Upgrade Your Hearing Device?
- About Hearing Aid Connectivity: Using Your Hearing Aid with Other Devices
- The Importance of Regular Hearing Aid Check-Ups
Hearing Aid Care & Maintenance
- How To Keep Your Hearing Aid Clean
- About Hearing Aid Batteries
- Solutions for Common Hearing Aid Problems
- Tips for Using Your Hearing Devices In Different Scenarios
- Hearing Aid Dos & Don’ts
- Vacation Tips: Traveling With Your Hearing Aids
We hope this hearing loss & hearing aid guide has helped you. If you are looking for more information or would like to speak to a hearing care professional, contact Mass Audiology toll-free at 1-866-536-4327. We have multiple hearing care centers located throughout the New England area including Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.