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Don’t settle for online hearing aids Posted by: Wright Hearing Center on January 30, 2019

Some items are totally fine to purchase off-brand. Canned goods, water, cleaning supplies—sure, get the big box store brand. Then, there are those purchases that require a trusted name. Toilet paper, batteries, and household paint are all items that experts say you shouldn’t skimp on when it comes to the name brand. Another critical item ...Read More

What to expect at your Hearing Care Appointment Posted by: Wright Hearing Center on May 13, 2016

The most difficult step to improving your hearing is the first one: recognizing you need to find out more about your hearing loss and improving your situation. The next step is to schedule a complete hearing consultation. It is very important to see someone who specializes in hearing issues. This is where we can help! ...Read More

New NUEAR Hearable and Wearable Solutions Posted by: Wright Hearing Center on April 15, 2016

We are excited to announce the release of some of our most advanced hearing solutions to date. Powered by the all-new Synergy platform and Acuity™ OS operating system, our launch includes the next generation of Made of iPhone hearing aids, iNOW; a wireless Invisible-In-the-Canal hearing aid, Miniscopic Synergy and a new family of 900sync™ hearing ...Read More

How We Hear Posted by: Wright Hearing Center on March 4, 2016

As one of the five senses, hearing is one of the human body’s most extraordinary processes. It is a complex system made up of delicate and synchronous parts. Read this blog to learn more about our ears and how they help us to hear. Sound begins with a vibration in the atmosphere. When a sound ...Read More

Charge Up Your Knowledge on Batteries Posted by: Wright Hearing Center on February 5, 2016

Batteries play a very important role in the life of a hearing aid. Batteries must provide a constant power supply for the hearing aids to operate efficiently and effectively. Read this blog to learn more about hearing aid batteries and how they work. Zinc air batteries are the most common type of battery for hearing ...Read More