How to Care for Your Hearing Aids

Dr. Gus Neoclis Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are electronic devices that are beneficial to the quality of life of those who use them. However, just like any other electronic device they can stop working. Hearing aids are usually worn for many hours each day, work in relatively warm and moist conditions within our ears, and are exposed to substances such as earwax, skin oils and …

How We Hear

Dr. Gus Neoclis Hearing Loss

Sounds are invisible vibrations that travel through the air. When the phone rings, someone speaks, birds chirp, or anything else creates a sound, a vibration or a sound wave is sent through the air in all directions. These vibrations are detected by the ear and converted into nerve impulses that are perceived by the brain. The better the ears work, …