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Life is for living, you shouldn't need to worry about your hearing aids running out of power, try it for yourself at your nearest hearing aid centre

Style, power and rechargeable too, no more worrying about whether you packed your batteries. And with speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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How do I choose the best hearing aid?

I'm searching to buy my first hearing aid, they are expensive so I want to get the best, how do I choose what to buy?

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Is Ear Wax Removal By Microsuction a Safe Procedure?

Is micro-suction ear wax removal safe?

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What are the different types of hearing loss?

What are the different types of hearing loss? I have heard there is three and also four?

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What are the four levels of deafness?

What are the four levels of deafness? How do I know which level I have and what difference does it make to buying a hearing aid?

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My elderley mother-in-law wears hearing aids and suffers from psoriasis

My elderley mother-in-law wears hearing aids and suffers from psoriasis. She has a constant battle to keep her ear canals clear enough for the hearing aids to function. Do you have any advice/experience that could help her please?

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What is a good price for Oticon Opn hearing aids?

I have been offered a pair of Oticon Opn One hearing aids by my local hearing clinic for £4,600. I am trying to judge if this is a fair price as your website quotes much less.

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Trying to move from analog hearing aid to a digital one

I stumbled across your page while researching hearing aides. Then I noticed that Steve Claridge might be able to help me in my current search for new Hearing Aides. I currently use Phonak PP-C-L 4+. I also have a pair of Phonak Naida Q Up Digital. The digitals remain in my drawer unused because they do not allow me to enjoy Music, Movies, Concerts. Each visit to my Audi left me feeling worst than the last. I will never understand how quick and easy it was for new analogs to work from the first visit while Digital never took even after 15 visits. As my analogs continue to fall apart I am hoping that maybe some at Hearing Aid Know would be able to help me find a Digital aide that is capable of giving me what my analogs deliver. I prefer Analog but seeing nobody makes them anymore I had to ask. The last time I saw my Audi she told me I was due for new HA but I told her that I wanted Analog and not Digital and have never heard back. I am in the US. So any info that would be useful on my next visit would be greatly appreciated.

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Are In The Ear hearing aids available from the NHS?

Do you know if In The Ear hearing aids are available from the NHS?

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Life is for living, you shouldn't need to worry about your hearing aids whistling, try it for yourself at your nearest hearing aid centre

Simply put, no more whistling, so you can get as close as you like without worrying about the embarassing screech. And with a new lithium-ion rechargeable option and speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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