Doctoral-Level AudiologistsYou Can Trust.ASSOCIATEDAUDIOLOGISTSPros and Cons ofSmall Hearing AidsDavid Paul, Au.D, Doctor of AudiologyTHR FCLAL LAVEWOTT2019bestBEST OF THELEATENWORTETIMESYou've probably seen pictures of tiny hearing aids thatare advertised as "invisible" because they fit deep in the ear canal.In-the-canal hearing aids are less visible, but they aren't for everyone, especially if you have betterlow-pitch hearing, or your hearing loss is more significant.Plus, the small size limits some of the features which benefit many hearing aid wearers, likedirectional microphones. And, controls are harder to see and feel in tiny hearing aids, posing aproblem if you have vision or dexterity problems.Bottom line, keep an open mind when you see your audiologist and listen to their recommendationsregarding appropriate hearing aid technology for you. David Paul, AuD., a doctoral-level audiologistwill help you sort through the pros and cons of each hearing aid option, helping you make thechoice that's right for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget.Learn more at www.hearingyourbest.comCheck Out Our 5-Star Reviews athearingyourbest.com/recent-patient-reviewsAssociated Audiologists, Inc. Cushing Medical Plaza, Suite 105Call Our Leavenworth Clinic 913-682-1870Associated Audiologists, Inc. is the area's leader in audiologic care for hearing, tinnitus/sound sensitivityand dizziness/balance. Locally owned and operated, the practice was established more than 30 years ago.hearingyourbest.com Doctoral-Level Audiologists You Can Trust. ASSOCIATED AUDIOLOGISTS Pros and Cons of Small Hearing Aids David Paul, Au.D, Doctor of Audiology THR FCLAL LAVEWOTT 2019 best BEST OF THE LEATENWORTE TIMES You've probably seen pictures of tiny hearing aids that are advertised as "invisible" because they fit deep in the ear canal. In-the-canal hearing aids are less visible, but they aren't for everyone, especially if you have better low-pitch hearing, or your hearing loss is more significant. Plus, the small size limits some of the features which benefit many hearing aid wearers, like directional microphones. And, controls are harder to see and feel in tiny hearing aids, posing a problem if you have vision or dexterity problems. Bottom line, keep an open mind when you see your audiologist and listen to their recommendations regarding appropriate hearing aid technology for you. David Paul, AuD., a doctoral-level audiologist will help you sort through the pros and cons of each hearing aid option, helping you make the choice that's right for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Learn more at www.hearingyourbest.com Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews at hearingyourbest.com/recent-patient-reviews Associated Audiologists, Inc. Cushing Medical Plaza, Suite 105 Call Our Leavenworth Clinic 913-682-1870 Associated Audiologists, Inc. is the area's leader in audiologic care for hearing, tinnitus/sound sensitivity and dizziness/balance. Locally owned and operated, the practice was established more than 30 years ago. hearingyourbest.com

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Doctoral-Level Audiologists You Can Trust. ASSOCIATED AUDIOLOGISTS Pros and Cons of Small Hearing Aids David Paul, Au.D, Doctor of Audiology THR FCLAL LAVEWOTT 2019 best BEST OF THE LEATENWORTE TIMES You've probably seen pictures of tiny hearing aids that are advertised as "invisible" because they fit deep in the ear canal. In-the-canal hearing aids are less visible, but they aren't for everyone, especially if you have better low-pitch hearing, or your hearing loss is more significant. Plus, the small size limits some of the features which benefit many hearing aid wearers, like directional microphones. And, controls are harder to see and feel in tiny hearing aids, posing a problem if you have vision or dexterity problems. Bottom line, keep an open mind when you see your audiologist and listen to their recommendations regarding appropriate hearing aid technology for you. David Paul, AuD., a doctoral-level audiologist will help you sort through the pros and cons of each hearing aid option, helping you make the choice that's right for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Learn more at www.hearingyourbest.com Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews at hearingyourbest.com/recent-patient-reviews Associated Audiologists, Inc. Cushing Medical Plaza, Suite 105 Call Our Leavenworth Clinic 913-682-1870 Associated Audiologists, Inc. is the area's leader in audiologic care for hearing, tinnitus/sound sensitivity and dizziness/balance. Locally owned and operated, the practice was established more than 30 years ago. hearingyourbest.com Doctoral-Level Audiologists You Can Trust. ASSOCIATED AUDIOLOGISTS Pros and Cons of Small Hearing Aids David Paul, Au.D, Doctor of Audiology THR FCLAL LAVEWOTT 2019 best BEST OF THE LEATENWORTE TIMES You've probably seen pictures of tiny hearing aids that are advertised as "invisible" because they fit deep in the ear canal. In-the-canal hearing aids are less visible, but they aren't for everyone, especially if you have better low-pitch hearing, or your hearing loss is more significant. Plus, the small size limits some of the features which benefit many hearing aid wearers, like directional microphones. And, controls are harder to see and feel in tiny hearing aids, posing a problem if you have vision or dexterity problems. Bottom line, keep an open mind when you see your audiologist and listen to their recommendations regarding appropriate hearing aid technology for you. David Paul, AuD., a doctoral-level audiologist will help you sort through the pros and cons of each hearing aid option, helping you make the choice that's right for your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Learn more at www.hearingyourbest.com Check Out Our 5-Star Reviews at hearingyourbest.com/recent-patient-reviews Associated Audiologists, Inc. Cushing Medical Plaza, Suite 105 Call Our Leavenworth Clinic 913-682-1870 Associated Audiologists, Inc. is the area's leader in audiologic care for hearing, tinnitus/sound sensitivity and dizziness/balance. Locally owned and operated, the practice was established more than 30 years ago. hearingyourbest.com

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