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I'm Denise Kopecki with Texan Renew Hearing Center. Today we're going to discuss some of the top 5 tips and tricks to getting the most out of your new hearing devices.  So you've finally made the decision to go into your hearing health care provider. You've gotten fitted with your new state of the art hearing technology and you are

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Today we're going to talk about wax guards or wax filters and the importance of changing them. If your hearing instruments ever feel like you're not hearing as well out of them or they just seem to stop working, chances are the filters have gotten plugged.    First we're going to look at the receiver of the canal. You'll need

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Hi, I'm Denise Kopecki National Board Certified Hearing Specialist at Texan Renew Hearing Center. Today we're going to go over how to properly maintain and clean your hearing devices on a daily basis. So at nighttime when we're taking our hearing devices off, if you use disposable batteries, you're going to want to crack the battery door open. Hearing devices

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Hi, I'm Denise Kopecki, National Board Certified Hearing Aid Specialist at Texan Renew Hearing Center. Today we're going to go over how to pair your Oticon devices to the Oticon ON app for iPhones.   If we're using rechargeable hearing devices, we will want to do this when they're charged and off of the charging station. If you're using disposable batteries, you'll

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It’s likely that you’ve experienced being around someone who may benefit from a hearing exam. Maybe your dad is constantly turning up the television louder and louder because he complains that he can’t hear it. Maybe your sister isn’t coming around as often because she feels defeated by not being able to hear the conversations happening.   It’s natural to

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For most of us, our health is important. We go to the eye doctor, the dentist, a regular physician for yearly check ups. Some of us even go to the gym, play golf, or even tennis. While this paints the picture of a healthy average american, there’s one thing missing-hearing health.   Hearing loss should not be something we leave

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Symptoms and Causes of Hearing Loss Age related hearing loss is common. Approximately 35 million Americans over the age of 60 experience hearing loss. There are three types of hearing loss: Conductive (involves outer or middle ear) Sensorineural (involves inner ear) Mixed (combination of the two)   While exposure to loud noises and age have a huge effect on hearing

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Hearing Loss and Dementia While many people assume that the only consequence to untreated hearing loss is persistent or total loss of hearing, the truth is that there are many more we should be aware of. If hearing loss is left untreated, it can lead to significant damage to the brain, decrease social engagement, and cause serious health issues. One

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Are you having trouble hearing the TV? Hearing the TV can be difficult when you have hearing loss. There are several problems with the audio of the TV. For example, sometimes actors don’t always face the camera. In addition, the background noise is sometimes louder than spoken word. Furthermore, people might have problems hearing the TV because of the ambient

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Did you know that there are more people in the United States that have hearing loss than diabetes, cancer, and vision problems? Sadly, people with hearing loss frequently delay getting treatment for years. In this article, you’re going to discover 6 ways how hearing aids improve quality of life! In the beginning, a person with hearing loss may only notice

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