People who use hearing aids are often very good at troubleshooting at home. But, if changing the batteries and thoroughly cleaning the hearing aids doesn’t fix the Read More »
We all know the importance of keeping electronics dry. Most hearing aids are moisture-proof, but not totally waterproof. This means that light levels of moisture from sweating, Read More »
Earwax, also known as cerumen, protects your ear canals from foreign substances and provides lubrication. Most of the time, it moves naturally out of the ear canals on its own. In some cases, it can build up inside your ears. Keep reading to learn how to manage earwax blockages and other issues.
Do you know how to keep your hearing aids in top shape? Learn how to perform hearing aid care & maintenance at home to make sure they are working well.