Hearing loss can be an incredibly isolating and detrimental condition to your life. It’s important to take control of your auditory health and have testing, diagnosis and treatment options presented.
At Stanford Hearing Aids, we pride ourselves on being able to provide easy resources for patients to better understand the issues they’re dealing with. Whether it’s hearing loss resources, tinnitus information or simply answering some frequently asked questions, we have detailed material to help you during your path to better hearing health.
Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids
Are you considering hearing aids, but don’t know where to start? The Consumer’s Guide to Hearing Aids is informative and provides detailed information to help you not only learn about the devices, but help you find the right style and type for your particular needs. You’ll also learn the ways your audiologist or hearing instrument specialist can support and guide you through this decision-making process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you wondering if you’re suffering from hearing loss, tinnitus or another condition, but aren’t sure where to start gathering information? Our FAQ section can provide valuable information no matter where you are in your hearing health journey. Read more and find out if we have an answer to your question!
Different Types of Hearing Loss
When it comes to hearing loss, there are different types or severities that impact individuals. Hearing loss types include mild, moderate, moderately severe, severe and profound. Depending on which type of hearing loss you have, your treatment options or hearing aid selections may vary. Learn more about the different types of hearing loss to understand what it means for your diagnosis and treatment.
Tinnitus is a frustrating condition that causes a ringing, buzzing or whooshing sensation to be heard by a person, although the sound isn’t actually external. There are numerous reasons for tinnitus, from loud noise exposure to earwax impaction. It’s important to seek treatment for tinnitus because the constant noise in one or both ears can be debilitating to your quality of life. At Stanford Hearing Aids, we offer support and a number of treatments for tinnitus. From hearing aids to sound machines, learn more about your options when it comes to tinnitus.