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Beltone Hearing Aid Center

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Beltone Hearing Aid Dispensers in Idaho (ID)

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Burley Pocatello Twin Falls

Idaho

Those of us who experience hearing loss, to any degree, can go through a whole spectrum of emotions. We can experience anxiety, isolation and even depression. At Beltone, we understand the negative effects untreated hearing loss can produce, and how difficult it can be to make that initial contact or appointment for a hearing test. We believe that it is important to get as much information as you can about the factors that can lead to hearing loss and its possible treatments, and advice on how to protect your hearing health. We highly recommend that anyone who has begun to notice a deterioration in their hearing, or has suffered from hearing loss for some time, visit one of our Beltone Hearing Aid Centersid for a free hearing assessment. If hearing loss is indicated due to conditions such as a build up of wax, ear infection or perforation of the ear drum, your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will let you know, as these issues will need to be treated medically by your family physician.

Once medical concerns have been eliminated, clients can then be tested to find out the degree and type of hearing loss they have, if any. Sensorineural, Conductive and Mixed are the three main categories that hearing loss typically falls into. Sensorineural hearing loss can be caused by a number of different factors such as, heredity, bacterial or viral infections, aging, fluid backup, exposure to loud noise and more. In the majority of cases, hearing aids are highly effective in treating this type of hearing loss. Conductive hearing loss affects the middle and outer ear, and is often due to a punctured eardrum, wax blockage or birth defects, but can also be the result of heredity or infection. Medical or surgical treatment is often most effective with this type of hearing loss. Patients with Mixed hearing loss have both conductive and sensorineural loss of hearing.

If you are diagnosed with hearing loss that can be treated with hearing aids, your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will take the time to explain which hearing instruments are best suited to your particular lifestyle and type of hearing loss. Because Beltone offers only the highest quality hearing instruments using state–of–the–art digital circuitry, you can be confident that you are receiving the best hearing aids possible. Beltone carries a wide array of hearing aid styles such as Behind–the–ear (BTE), and Completely–in–the–canal (CIC). The type and level of hearing loss that you have been diagnosed with, and your desired “aesthetic” requirements, will determine which hearing instruments are right for you. Your Beltone Hearing Care Practitioner will take the time to make certain you are familiar with each model that is recommended, how they work, and what you can expect from each one, before you make a decision. If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important to schedule a hearing assessment as soon as possible. The longer one waits, the faster hearing loss can worsen.