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Hearing Aids In Sioux Falls




Hearing Aids


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Hearing Aids services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.






Standard Listings

Business Listing   Adaptivation Inc - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 335-4445



Business Listing   Beltone Hearing Aid Center - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 338-2598


Business Listing   Children's Care Hospital & School - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 782-2300


Business Listing   CINK Paul A MD FACS - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 336-3503


Business Listing   Communication Service - Deaf Administrative Office - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 367-5760


Business Listing   Communication Service - Sioux Falls Branch Office- TDD and Voice - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 367-5759


Business Listing   Dakota Hearing Instruments Inc - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 373-1283


Business Listing   Interpreter Services - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 331-7800


Business Listing   Prairie Rehabilitation Services - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 334-5630


Business Listing   Ron Hoefert Hearing Aid Service - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 332-3691


Business Listing   Salmela Steven MD - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 328-8200


Business Listing   Scottish Rite USD Childrens Spe& Lngge Dsrdrs Clinic - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 336-7561


Business Listing   Sioux Falls Hearing Aid Service - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 336-8872


Business Listing   Sound Decision Hearing Centers - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 221-0270


Business Listing   Stanford Hearing Aids - Sioux Falls, SD - Phone: (605) 338-6251


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Helpful Definition for: Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are the electro-acoustic devices in Sioux Falls that are typically fitted inside or behind a person's ear, for amplifying and modulating sound for the wearer. Hearing aids often pose discomfort to the users. The most significant of these are -The occlusion effect, which is common for new users, can be nullified in a few weeks by wearing the device on a regular basis. If the problem persists longer, one must consult an audiologist, who will tune the device further. Also, multiple follow-up visits to the audiologist are required as the initial fitting appointment is rarely enough. An up to date audiogram is also recommended at the time of purchase & fitting of the aid.






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