Lake Medical Hearing Centers

The Villages Community, FL: (352) 268-2578

Eustis, FL: (352) 483-4327

Clermont, FL: (352) 243-4327

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OK.  Just had my 3rd person today come in the Villages office and tell us their hearing aid wasn't working.  In all 3 situations they were not clogged with ear wax and I put new batteries in so that wasn't the problem.  They were working just fine.  The problem was everything was loud but they could not understand what was

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Noise is produced at low frequencies which is where many do not have trouble hearing.  Like for instance on a Friday night at one of the Villages centers.  Speech is produced at higher frequencies and many times these higher frequencies are hindered by one or more of the following, age, heredity, exposure to loud noise (popping of balloons?), medicines, operations.  We

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In the last month we have helped greatly lessen and eliminate tinnitus. Many of the higher quality hearing aids have tinnitus programs that address most tinnitus challenges.  In the last 11 patients with moderate to severe tinnitus challenges we now have a product that will lessen tinnitus to where it is not noticeable and in some cases eliminate it all

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Do you have difficulty hearing from your home telephone?  You may be eligible to receive a complimentary CaptionCall phone!   This is a revolutionary new telephone which displays smooth-scrolling captions of what your callers say on a large easy to read screen while simultaneously providing the most powerful amplification available and superb audio quality. Please come in our store and try

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Yesterday and today, we had new patients come into our store complaining their hearing aids were not working properly.  Both patients had purchased their hearing aids only months before, one pair was purchased in Ocala and one pair in Orlando. First we checked their ear canals Outer Ear, (making sure they were clear and healthy).  Next we gave them an extensive

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  Diabetes and hearing loss are two of America's most widespread health concerns. Nearly 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and an estimated 34.5 million have some type of hearing loss. Those are large groups of people, and it appears there is a lot of overlap between the two. A recent study found that hearing loss is twice

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I made my first transistor radio in junior high school around 1967.  I remember it having 10 to 20 transistors in it and the radio was about the size of a small shoe.   The new Signia NX hearing aids have 75 million transistors in each hearing aid.  That's right 75 million transistors and yes that is hard to comprehend.  The

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There are 5 reasons your hearing declines, age, heredity, medications, operations and environmental  noise.  It is this last reason that can help you better understand possible hearing loss.   The popping of a balloon is as loud (decibels) as a 12 gauge shotgun (sometimes the balloon is more!) and the continuous popping of balloons can seriously hurt your inner ear and hearing. 

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This is SO cool! Do you have trouble hearing at home on the telephone?   Do you know someone that does? We can help you get a FREE landline phone (yes, line too). The phone is spectacular, it can actually be set to your hearing loss (audiogram) and it has a screen that puts into text exactly what is being said

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Talking straight, there used to be a stigma around hearing aids, but guess what? That stigma is a thing of the past as more and more people are taking action for their hearing loss. How did that happen? Focusing on the positives – Many people have thought thatwearing hearing aids was a sign of getting old, but that’s not true at all.

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