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Hearing Loss Affects Millions of Americans

Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates
2/10/2020

There are almost 40 million people in the United States affected by hearing loss. Hearing aids are extremely effective and can help more than 95% of patients with hearing loss. And yet, only 20% of people with hearing loss wear a hearing aid.

Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates offers comprehensive audiology services with a wide range of hearing aids to fit every lifestyle, every budget and every degree of hearing loss.

One in six hearing aid wearers say they restrict their activities because they worry about damaging their hearing aid. Our audiologists can help fit you for the best hearing aid ...

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Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid

Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates
2/10/2020

The Design Rite hearing aid by Oticon is sleek and stylish – ergonomically shaped for maximum comfort.

The Design Rite is a breakthrough in hearing aid design. It’s incredibly discreet. You can hardly see or feel it. The hearing aid sits comfortably behind the ear with a clear tube and soft ear pieces that nestle inside the ear. The Design Rite hearing aid comes in an incredible range of colors. Special nano-coating repels moisture. This behind-the-ear hearing aid has an intuitive battery chamber and full wireless control. Ask Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates if the Design Rite hearing aid is right ...

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Preventing noise induced hearing loss.

Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates
2/10/2020

Hearing loss can be the result of a variety of causes, but noise induced hearing loss, the result of environment and lifestyle, is preventable!

Loss of hearing as a result of overexposure to environmental sounds can be permanent, and the National Institute of Health estimates that about 15% of Americans suffer from this type of loss. Exposure to repetitive loud noises either at work or during leisure activities can cause high frequency hearing loss, as well as a brief but very loud noise such as a gunshot at close range.

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Technology can improve your hearing aid function.

Annapolis Hearing Aid Associates
2/10/2020

The advances made in hearing aid technology have improved the patient experience! The introduction of the digital hearing aid in the late 1980’s has led to a steady development of the technology, bringing with it a range of new features and improved processing for a better hearing experience.

DevicesDigital hearing aids can now adjust to the specific needs of each patient, addressing their range of loss and reducing “white noise” with feedback management. Programmed using computer software, digital hearing aids offer many benefits, including wireless connectivity to cell phones, TVs, computers and telephones. This has brought an improved quality ...

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