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Tech Tip: Using "Noise Manager" for noise management on-demand
Posted by Rexall Hearing Aid Center on April 13, 2018
If you’re using TruLink, you may have noticed a cool feature called Noise Manager. This feature, located in the Personalize section of TruLink, lets you control and personalize noise management settings on-demand. Here’s how to use Noise Manager: From the TruLink home screen, tap on “Personalize” in the bottom right-hand corner. ...
Custom hearing aids - personalization perfected
Posted by Rexall Hearing Aid Center on April 03, 2018
Quick – what image comes to mind when you think of a hearing aid? Something like this, right? That’s not surprising. It’s the protypical shape of Behind-The-Ear (BTE) style hearing aids, and what you’ll most likely see if you Google “hearing aid.” It is the shape of a “standard” hearing aid, which account for 8 of...
WebMD study confirms wearing hearing aids improves quality of life
Posted by Rexall Hearing Aid Center on March 20, 2018
We frequently tout the many benefits of wearing hearing aids — like improved relationships, increased confidence, reduced risk of cognitive decline and more — because we see and hear first-hand how hearing better changes a person’s life, and we want everyone with hearing loss to experience the same. Now, a WebMD® study confirms it. Watch this...
Help - Something's wrong with my hearing aid!
Posted by Rexall Hearing Aid Center on March 06, 2018
Like any electronic device, hearing aids will occasionally malfunction. Not to worry – we’re here to assist you in identifying minor hearing aid problems and how to troubleshoot them. This information may save you time and reduce frustration by helping you remedy some of these problems yourself, so you can continue receiving benefit from your hearing...
What's the difference between a cochlear implant and a hearing aid?
Posted by Rexall Hearing Aid Center on February 09, 2018
Cochlear implants and hearing aids are both medical devices used to treat sensorineural hearing loss, the most common type of hearing loss. While both devices treat hearing loss, hearing aids are much more common than cochlear implants. Hearing aids are used to successfully treat varying degrees of hearing loss, from mild to severe. Most people with hearing loss...
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