Communication is a Two-Way Road

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Family members are often the first to notice when someone has hearing loss and it’s their encouragement that motivates a person to walk through our doors. Our staff at Wesson Hearing Aid Center gets so much enjoyment out of seeing our patients and our patients’ loved ones lives changed and enhanced with their use of appropriately fit and adjusted hearing … Read More

Health & Wellness Fair

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We had so much fun yesterday at the Manteca Senior Center Health & Wellness Fair. Thank you to everyone who stopped by, we enjoyed talking with each and every one of you!                  We hope we provided answers to your questions, please feel free to call us with any more inquires and if needed … Read More

Tips for Hearing Aid Care During Summer Months

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As we all know summer is one of the most glorious and active times of the year–it is the season when we get up and out of our homes in order to enjoy what life has to offer. The only problem is that this time of year can be a bit trickier with hearing aids due to the threat of … Read More

The Super Ability of Hearing Loss

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When talking about hearing loss and impairment it is common to immediately think of the loss behind it, but what about the potential gains? It is no longer simply a myth that when one sense is lost other senses are increased—not just by relearning, but rather by rewiring. The amazing thing about the human brain is its ability to transform … Read More

Just what is going on inside our ears?

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You may already know that hearing doesn’t happen in the ear–it happens in the brain. The ear is merely the apparatus that relays information to the brain to decipher into recognizable sounds. But that doesn’t mean the ear isn’t incredibly complex. The smallest bone in the human body can be found in the ear. And the delicate hairs that line the cochlea are … Read More

Common Signs of Hearing Loss

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There has been a great shift in how society views hearing loss. Not long ago it was thought of as a disability or a sign of aging. Even President Reagan initially used his hearing aid only in private, over concern with appearing too old for office. Now our culture sees hearing loss more accurately: that it affects all ages and … Read More

How Should I Choose a Hearing Aid Provider?

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It’s a story we hear often. A concerned son or daughter brings their parent into a big-box hearing aid center, only to be disappointed by the experience. By the time they leave our office they are in awe—they had no idea there would be such a big difference between a cheap solution and an independent establishment. Per the request of … Read More

Unilateral Hearing Loss

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Many times hearing loss is associated with a gradual decline of hearing, but what happens when hearing significantly decreases in just one ear? This issue—called unilateral hearing loss—affects people from a broad range of lifestyles. Dramatic or gradual loss of hearing in one ear can be a symptom of several different problems. Sudden loss of hearing in one ear can … Read More