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Our practice locations will be temporarily closed due to concerns with COVID-19. We have staff in another location ready to answer your call. We are keeping up with all state and local regulations and will keep you posted on changes as things progress. We want to thank you all for being patients of My Hearing Center. We hope that you and your family stay safe and healthy through this pandemic. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Hearing Health Blog

Tinnitus can be an incredibly frustrating condition to deal with, whether you experience it constantly or intermittently. Often described as a ringing, buzzing or whirring you hear that is actually not caused by an external sound source, it’s important to seek treatment for this condition if you experience it for longer than two weeks. While tinnitus can be experienced temporarily

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Preparing for a hearing test is something you need to make sure you start doing now, and it is important to figure out what to expect from your test. It’s clear that, as we get older, we can develop more issues when it comes to our hearing, and this is why it becomes essential to visit a hearing instrument specialist

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Hearing loss is a condition that often occurs gradually, making it difficult for you to recognize when you may be experiencing it. It can be a long and drawn out process realizing that you do have hearing loss and it often involves being told by other people such as close friends and family members who live with you or see

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Not many people realize this, but there is research that shows that there’s a link between hearing loss and an increased risk of dementia. Obviously, no one wants to increase their risk of suffering from dementia later in life. That’s one of the reasons why it’s so important to treat any hearing loss issues that you might be experiencing by

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If you have noticed a change to your hearing lately, a hearing care provider may recommend that you get a hearing test . A hearing test is a series of checks to explore and examine the state of your hearing and determine whether you need treatment or a way to cope. The good news is that hearing tests are typically

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