Central Texas Hearing Center

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Offering the best hearing solutions in the business, Central Texas Hearing Center evaluates your hearing loss, individual lifestyle, and unique requirements before suggesting a hearing aid.

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Part I: Re-chargeables When a patient asks how we decide what hearing aid brands we like best, our go to answer is this: All top-notch hearing aid brands will help you hear better, but it is the extra, innovative features from individual brands that separate our favorites from the pack. The first tech-forward feature we’ll discuss and that we offer

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If you’ve been in to the office lately, you may have heard us mention that there’s a way to get a little longer battery life out of your disposable batteries. The trick is to wait a full 2 minutes after you peel off the battery tab sticker before putting the battery into the hearing aid. Peel off the sticker, let

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After all this rain and flooding that we recently had, it’s hard to imagine that Central Texas is about to heat up again, and with heat comes sweat. While most hearing aids can handle daily sweat, it’s important to keep them as dry as possible to avoid damage, downtime, and repairs. Here are some helpful tips to keep both you

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Beginning on January 1 st , Austin and San Antonio have implemented a new hands-free law which prohibits the use of all electronic hand-held devices while operating a motor vehicle. The hands-free ordinances passed by Austin and San Antonio are meant to keep drivers safe behind the wheel but what does this mean for hearing aid users? Most new hearing

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Central Texas Hearing Center is proud to announce the opening of their new Lakeway location! Dr. Langham and Dr. Guempel will now be serving the Lakeway community for all of their hearing needs. Currently, they will be seeing patients every Thursday in Lakeway. Services include hearing tests, new hearing aid sales, and hearing aid repairs and adjustments. Call 512-640-2999 to

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Many of today's advanced digital hearing aids are BluetoothTM or wireless compatible, meaning they are able to connect wirelessly to various Bluetooth enabled devices and other audio devices such as cell phones, Ipods, and even your tv. Most hearing aids with wireless capabilities are able to connect to landline phones, cell phones, TVs and MP3 players with a simple push

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Louder is not always better! Speak slowly and clearly, and remember there is no need to shout. Get the full attention of the listener before speaking, and face them when you speak. “Cross Room” talk is difficult, try speaking when the listener can see your face. Reduce background noise as much as possible; sometimes this takes creative seating solutions. If

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