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posted By: Earlens Web | 04.01.17

What Should I Expect From My New Earlens?

Our brains are very good at noticing things that are “new” or “different”. For instance, if you have just started wearing a watch, you will likely be very aware of it on your wrist. However, as you get used to wearing it, you completely forget…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.24.17

Earlens FAQ: Can I Remove and Reinsert Earlens?

Unlike conventional hearing aids, which typically consist of one main piece worn either on or in the ear, the Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution consists of 3 parts: The rechargeable behind-the-ear Processor, Ear Tip, and Lens.   The rechargeable behind-the-ear Processor with the attached Ear Tip…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.21.17

4 Ways to Communicate Better with Hearing Aid Wearers

If you know someone who wears a hearing aid, you can help them “hear” better at home by taking steps to communicate more clearly. The tips below can help communicate effectively with a hearing aid wearer. Get Their Attention: Starting off by saying their name…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.15.17

Hear Better at Work

Wearing a hearing aid can help prevent hearing loss from affecting your performance at work. Research by the National Council on Aging has demonstrated that hearing aids are associated with improvements in multiple areas of life, from ease of communication all the way to earning…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.09.17

Earlens FAQ: Am I a Candidate for Earlens?

Determining whether a person is a candidate for the Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution depends on a variety of factors, including the level and type of hearing loss, as well as ear canal shape and medical history.   Earlens is intended to treat mild to severe…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.06.17

Benefits of Broad Frequency Range Hearing: Sound Localization

One of the benefits of a broader frequency range is improved sound localization, or our ability to tell which direction sounds are coming from. Although this skill sounds like it might have limited uses (for instance, knowing which way a car is coming from while…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 03.03.17

Hearing Aids for Severe Hearing Loss

If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss, chances are you’ve heard it described in degrees. Hearing loss is typically described as mild, moderate, severe, or profound.   People who suffer from mild hearing loss may have trouble keeping up with conversations, particularly in noisy situations….

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posted By: Earlens Web | 02.28.17

Earlens FAQ: Can I Swim and Shower with Earlens?

The Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution consists of 3 parts: The rechargeable behind-the-ear Processor, Ear Tip, and Lens. The Lens is placed in the ear by an ENT physician and stays in place comfortably on the eardrum. You can continue to wear the Lens during normal…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 02.25.17

What Happens When I Get an Ear Impression for Earlens?

Every Earlens device is custom built for the wearer. In order to ensure the best fit, Earlens patients will need to have impressions taken of their ears. This is done by an ENT physician in the office.   Your ENT physician will begin by cleaning…

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