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    Hearing Aids in Southbury

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    Business Listing   Alex Cathleen Anne AUD - Southbury, CT - Phone: (203) 264-8201

    Business Listing   Easter Seals Center for Better Hearing - Southbury, CT - Phone: (203) 262-1851

    Business Listing   Hearing Aid Specialists of CT - Southbury, CT - Phone: (203) 264-1214

    Business Listing   Schiff Neil F MD - Southbury, CT - Phone: (203) 264-2909

    Business Listing   Zounds Hearing - Southbury, CT - Phone: (203) 405-6715

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    Helpful Definition for: Hearing Aids

    Hearing aids are the electro-acoustic devices in Southbury 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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