Sensorineural Hearing Loss
About 95% of adults experience "sensorineural" hearing loss, or what is commonly referred to as "nerve damage". With this type of hearing loss, words sound muffled and there is a general loss of voice clarity. Sensorineural hearing loss is usually gradual and is rarely helped by medical intervention. Hearing aids are almost always the only solution at providing relief for the hearing problems associated with this loss. A hearing test will tell you what type of hearing loss you actually have.
What is the Best Hearing Aid?
Today's hearing aid technology has become so successful at satisfying people's needs, some manufacturers report patient satisfaction levels of more than 90%. Given this rate of satisfaction, many people ask Clear Choice Hearing Center, "What is the best hearing aid?" This is not an easy answer.
A Better Question
There are many quality manufacturers and they all have comparable technology in their hearing aids. A better question is, "What is the best hearing aid for me?" To find that out, it is important to discover not only the degree of hearing loss you may have, but also the kind of lifestyle you live and communication situations you most frequently encounter. This is a crucial step in the process of finding the right hearing aid, and one in which Charles McCabe at Clear Choice Hearing Center specializes in. Charles' expertise and testing and fitting his patients is what distinguishes Clear Choice Hearing Center as the best choice in The Woodlands area.
Feeling Overwhelmed with Options and Solutions? Call Charles McCabe Today!
With all the different hearing aid brands and models available, it can be overwhelming trying to research them all. Some people have even delayed getting hearing aids because of "information overload". After helping thousands of people, we'd strongly recommend allowing Clear Choice Hearing Center to help you in this process.
Call Clear Choice Hearing Center at (346) 372-5157 to Discuss Your Hearing Needs.