Earwax removal is an important part of your hearing health. At Hearing Doctors, we are always looking for the safest and most effective way to serve our patients and are excited to be the only provider in the Washington, DC area to offer treatments using the Earigator.
We are so happy that you have chosen to improve your hearing by taking the next step and getting hearing aids. You have made it past the toughest part: acknowledging your issue and then taking action to treat it.
Can your hearing aids adjust automatically to give you the best sound? Can they tell you how well you’ve engaged in communication, or how many steps you’ve taken? Do they alert a caregiver if you’ve fallen? All of this – and more – is now possible with the latest hearing aid technology.
Hearing aid technology moves fast, so trying to keep up can be daunting. But don’t worry – that’s what we’re here for.
It’s our priority to have all the information available so we can make an accurate diagnosis. Once we’ve zeroed in on your hearing issues, we can present some options YOU can choose from.
If you are having difficulty hearing, it can be improved with hearing devices. The type of device best suited for you really depends on the level of your hearing loss.
Before taking a trip there is always a list of things to do – if you have hearing loss and wear hearing aids, there are extra precautions to take to ensure your hearing aids are safe and fully functioning prior to travel. Consider these tips so that a damaged hearing aid does not ruin your vacation.
Made-For-iPhone (MFi) Hearing Devices are supposed to work seamlessly with your iPhone, but sometimes your devices don’t pair properly with the phone. Follow these troubleshooting steps to help get your MFi devices paired with your iPhone.
Hearing Doctors is requesting nominations for people in need to receive one of 11 pairs of ReSound ONE hearing aids. Nominate someone in need today!
As Over-the-Counter (OTC) hearing aids become readily available, it is important to know if you’re a candidate for this new class of amplification. While it is possible to complete an online hearing screening to obtain general results quickly, understand that they do not replace an in-person hearing test with a hearing healthcare provider.
Over-The-Counter (OTC) hearing aids are a new classification of hearing devices that are being developed to help adults with mild-to-moderate hearing loss more easily access amplification. OTC hearing aids are designed to enhance everyday sounds and to help people stay engaged in their personal and professional lives.