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Treating High-Frequency Hearing Loss Until of late, high pitch hearing loss was not effortlessly remedied with hearing aids. Fortunately today’s digital technology can provide hearing help, even for high pitch hearing loss. Advanced hearing devices can be personalized to fit each person’s unique hearing loss and supply help only where they need it. Your audiologist can match the aid with the loss shown on a hearing test called an audiogram. The test produces a graph of your hearing harm and helps perfect your piece of equipment. Open-fit hearing aids don’t cover the entire ear canal, this allows low-pitched or middle-frequency sounds to enter the ear naturally and only strengthen the high-frequency. Since factors that can damage the ears and hearing ability are quite common in our day to day lives, hearing impairment is a prevalent problem. A little high-pitch loss is normal, but don’t put up with hearing loss that affects your life and loved ones. Clear communication, involvement with the “outside world” and relationships with your friends and loved ones could be at stake.

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Hearing loss is just too important to neglect. Others need not even know you’re being treated with tiny modern aids. See your audiologist and hearing aid provider for hearing loss treatment options. They may be able to provide a discrete, custom solution just for you.

Progressive Hearing & Balance


Treating High-Frequency Hearing Loss