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Having trouble deciding where to get best hearing aids?

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Dr. Stevan Cordas
Internal Medicine 57 years experience
Hearing aids: Shop around, there are many new models to choose from. Go online to get some ideas.

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Any suggestions on which is best for hearing aids ?

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Dr. Betty Tsai
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery 16 years experience
Depends: The best hearing aids are dependent on the type of hearing loss you have and your personal preferences. Some people want completely hidden aids such as in-the-canal aids, but their utility is limited to mild to moderate hearing loss. Others want hearing aids that are easy to put in and take out (typically behind-the-ear). The best way to know is bring your hearing test to a qualified audiologist.

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