Tips to avoid costly hearing aid repair

If you use a hearing aid, you know that regular maintenance and routine service is necessary to keep it functioning at its best. To help you hear as clear as possible and avoid more costly hearing aid repair Read more

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What to expect when adjusting to new hearing aid

If you need a hearing aid, you should prepare for a few weeks of adjustment once you start using it. The hearing specialists at Ontario Hearing Centers in Rochester, NY, have been helping people overcome hearing loss Read more

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Insurance Update – MVP & Excellus health insurance

We are happy to announce that as of January 1, 2016, MVP & Excellus health insurance companies have decided to include special hearing aid discounts for their subscribers. We applaud them for taking this initiative Read more

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Hearing Services at Home

Enjoy the Convenience of Hearing Services at Home

In the past, if you wanted to receive quality hearing services you had to travel to a hearing center. But what if you didn’t have the means to get there? Or Read more

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3 Signs You Might Need a Wireless Hearing Aid

Hearing loss can be caused by a variety of factors including genetics, certain medications, noise exposure, trauma and aging just to name a few. At Ontario Hearing Centers in Rochester, New York, their audiologists and professionals have helped Read more

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Practice Safe Ear Cleaning

Rochester Hearing Service Specialists Explain How to Practice Safe Ear Cleaning

Are you using cotton swabs to clean your ears? If so, you could be putting your external ear canal at risk, because cotton swabs only push wax deeper. Read more

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Why you shouldn’t clean your ears with a cotton swab

Contributed by Amanda Tonkin, associate editor

Tuesday, August 19th 2014 There are some people that swear by sticking a cotton swab (Q-Tip) into their ears to remove excess wax and debris. Anyone in the medical field Read more

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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss In Teens

Teenagers are on the receiving end of a lot of daily lectures:

Make your bed; it improves your character.

Don’t frown; your face will get stuck like that.

Sit up straight; you’ll have bad posture.

The fear these statements Read more

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Coming to Terms with Your Hearing Loss

Grief is an intrusive emotion. It settles deep in our nooks and crannies, slipping out randomly and without warning. At times we feel as though we will never escape its heavy embrace; other days we are unaware of its Read more

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