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Since your hearing loss is considered a medical condition, you may have assumed that the hearing aids you need to correct the condition would be covered, at least in part, by your medical insurance. In most cases, you would be wrong. Most insurance companies do not offer benefits for hearing aids for adults…and those that do only cover part of the cost. Why Don’t Insurance… Read More
Many patients soon become so used to wearing their hearing devices that they forget to take them out. While more and more hearing aids are designed to be water resistant, only a select few devices are considered waterproof—and prolonged exposure to moisture can permanently damage your device. What Can I Do If My Hearing Aid Gets Wet? You should always remove your hearing aids before… Read More
Hearing aids are offered at a wide range of prices to suit any budget, but, generally speaking, you get what you pay for. For many people, the hearing challenges they face require more than simple sound amplification, which is all most inexpensive hearing aids offer. If you lead a busy and active lifestyle, are still in the workplace, enjoy concerts and movies, and frequently socialize… Read More
Once seen as bulky and cumbersome, behind-the-ear (BTE) style hearing aids have come a long way since their original designs. Modern technology has allowed the cases of these devices to become slimmer and lighter, while their larger casing offers more power and options than most in-the-canal devices. Is a Behind-The-Ear Hearing Aid Right for Me? BTE devices remain the most popular style of hearing aids…. Read More
https://video.fosterwebmarketing.com/medicalhearingsystems.com/httpdocs/evm/MHS_Helpful_Hints_h264_764x430.mp4 Medical Hearing Systems understands it can be confusing when purchasing a hearing aid device. We provide tips on what to look for during this important purchase.
https://video.fosterwebmarketing.com/medicalhearingsystems.com/httpdocs/evm/MHS_Maintenance_Made_Easy_h264_764x430.mp4 After investing in your hearing aid product you want to ensure they continue to work as well as they did on your first day. Follow our maintenance plan and you will.
https://video.fosterwebmarketing.com/medicalhearingsystems.com/httpdocs/evm/Widex_SoundClassTechnology_US_01_h264_764x430.mp4 This video explains Widex Sound Class Technology and how it automatically classifies listening environments into distinct sound classes.
https://video.fosterwebmarketing.com/medicalhearingsystems.com/httpdocs/evm/Widex_WindNoiseAttentuation_US_24_9_h264_640x360.mp4 This video explains Widex Unique Wind Noise Attenuation system and how it allows users to keep their hearing aids activated, even in very windy conditions.
People who don’t have hearing loss are often shocked to discover that only one in five hearing-impaired patients wears a hearing aid. However, for the millions of Americans suffering from the condition, this statistic is more understandable. Patients may go for years straining to hear conversations, avoiding crowds or front desks, or even stop leaving the house altogether rather than wear a hearing aid. Why… Read More