A. Start by asking yourself:
- Am I frequently asking friends and family members to repeat themselves?
- Does my significant other tell me the TV is too loud?
- Do I squint my eyes when people talk to me?
- Do I find that I'm hearing parts of a conversation while missing others?
If you find yourself answering yes to any of these questions, a hearing device may help you.
A. While a hearing aid will not cure your hearing loss, it will bring communication and all other aspects of sound to as close to a normal level as possible.
A. While Dr. Motechin will never force a patient to get two hearing aids, the proper recommendation from both a medical and hearing standpoint is to amplify both ears. We have two ears, two sides of the brain, and two auditory pathways that need to be stimulated to receive optimal benefits from your hearing devices.
A. Today's hearing aids come in a wide variety of technology levels to meet your financial needs. To determine the proper cost of a hearing aid, you need to determine what you want out of your hearing aids:
- Do you want them to connect to your smartphone?
- Are you frequently in noisy situations?
We'll take your lifestyle and hearing needs into consideration to find the devices that fit best into your budget.