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Someone who lives with hearing loss is unable to hear sounds below 25 decibels and between 250 and 8000 Hertz. In order to determine whether someone is experiencing hearing loss, an audiologist will perform a hearing test. The tester will use an audiometer to measure a person's hearing loss based on his or her response to sounds. A hearing aid is an electronic device used to improve the ability to hear. While the aid operates on batteries, numerous accessories are available that can be utilized in different settings. For example, manufacturers make parts for when someone is on the phone with a hearing aid to prevent feedback. It's important that aids and accessories are properly sanitized and cleaned on a regular basis. They must also be protected in cases when they are not in use.

  • Disposable Hearing Aid – A disposable hearing aid is a type of aid that can be worn and thrown away after the batteries die.
  • Audiogram – An audiogram is a chart that will plot the scores on a hearing test.
  • Telecoil – A telecoil is a device that connects with the hearing aid and a telephone to transfer sound without feedback.
  • Open Ear Hearing Aid – An open ear hearing aid is clipped over the ear and features a wire running into the ear drum. This type of hearing aid is commonly used for those with high frequency hearing loss.
  • Earmold – Earmolds are a custom made, silicon piece that is inserted into an ear that will connect the hearing aid.
  • Digital Signal Processor - A digital signal processor is the part that converts analog sound into a digital format.
  • Ear Wax - Ear wax is the glandular excretion from the ear canal that prevent items from entering this part of the body.
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    1927 S National Ave, Springfield, MO 65804
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    (417) 889-5353
    User Review: "I've been to several hearing centers and purchased hearing aids in the past. This is the first place that could fit me with..." - Don (MO)
    Beltone Hearing Aid Center
    407 S. Main Ste. B, Grove, OK 74344
    At Beltone, we take an approach to hearing care that no other company can match. It's based on connecting with you as a person—and understanding what you enjoy in life and what's important in health
    (918) 787-7902
    Amplifon Hearing Aid Centers
    2825 N Kansas Expy, Springfield, MO 65803
    (417) 890-0211
    MidWest Hearing Aids
    1609 Washington Ave Ste 3, Parsons, KS 67357
    (620) 421-2910
    MidWest Hearing Aids
    601 S State St, Iola, KS 66749
    (620) 365-6001
    Hearing Associates of Warrensburg
    706 N Burkarth Rd, Warrensburg, MO 64093
    (660) 747-0067
    Better Hearing and Balance Connection
    407 Town Ctr Ne, Bella Vista, AR 72714
    Here you'll get comprehensive and professional hearing health care. We sell and service all major brands of hearing aids, so give us a call or check out our website to see how we may service you.
    (479) 657-6464
    11929 S Strang Line Rd, Olathe, KS 66062
    (913) 764-0404
    Wilson Hearing Aid Center
    1510 W 4th St, Coffeyville, KS 67337
    (620) 251-1024
    1148 W 103rd St, Kansas City, MO 64114
    (816) 942-4300
    Associated Audiologists Inc
    7301 Mission Rd Ste 146, Prairie Village, KS 66208
    (913) 262-5855
    Associated Audiologists Inc
    8800 W 75th St Ste 101, Overland Park, KS 66204
    (913) 403-0018
    18777 E 39th St S, Independence, MO 64057
    (816) 795-1888

    If you are deaf or hard of hearing and use a hearing aid, you should get accessories that keep your device working at its best, sanitized, and some even are designed purely to add style. There are cases and pouches to protect your hearing aid from damage when not in use. Some parts, like batteries for outer ear hearing aids come in different colors, and can be a nice decorative touch. Other stylistic things you can get include clips which go on the tube; they range from animals to colorful designs, and don't affect the function of the hearing aid. Some of the accessories you can get to sanitize your hearing aid include ear wax cleaners, vacuums, and dehumidifiers. These accessories sanitize as well as provide some preventative maintenance, which can extend the life of your device. There are testers made to measure the life of hearing aid batteries and others that test the overall function of the device. To find accessories for your hearing aid, start by asking deaf or hard of hearing friends and family where they got their earmolds, clips, or other parts. Contacting the manufacturer is another good way to find accessories that will definitely work with your device. Look online and in the local yellow pages to find store locations or internet companies that sell hearing aid accessories. After doing the research, compare prices for batteries and other accessories. Ask any questions you may have as well, like if anything comes with a warranty. From functionality to decorative additions, hearing aid accessories can make a world of difference to your device.
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