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Lawrence Hearing Aid Center in Carlsbad, California

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Lawrence Hearing Aid Center

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(760) 729-8581

2777 Jefferson Street, Suite #101

Carlsbad
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CA
92008

Lawrence Hearing Aid Center is a business providing services in the field of Hearing Aids. The business is located in Carlsbad, California, United States. Their telephone number is (760) 729-8581.

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"Lawrence Hearing Aid Center, BC-HIS. Our Goal as hearing aid professional is to offer those who have a hearing loss professional, courteous and helpful service. Chris Lawrence and his staff have been a leading provider of affordable, quality hearing aids, and hearing aid repairs in San Diego region since 1990, we understand local needs! We carry the most advanced, comfortable, and virtually invisible digital technology available on the market today."

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Helpful Tip for: Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids, in Carlsbad, are machines used by people who are hard of hearing. It is a small device which when fitted inside or plugged behind the ear, enhances the hearing abilty of the individual and helps him hear more clearly. However, these hearing aids may make the user feel uncomfortable in the beginning- one of the reasons behind which is the 'Occlusion' effect. However, regular wearing gradually nullifies this effect.

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