Better HearingTOPICSby Herbert J. Hodgdon, Il, BS-HIS, PresidentAVOIDING WAXY BUILDUPSIt is especially important for hearing instrument users to avoid earwax (cerumen)buildup. Accumulations of the fatty substance produced by the sweat glands insidethe ear not only damage the hearing instrument, but they also can reduce itseffectiveness by blocking sound, causing feedback, and producing poor fit. Left toits own devices, earwax will normally migrate through the ear canal and shed onits own. However, because a hearing instrument may block the wax's normalpassage, it is recommended that hearing instrument users visit a health-careprofessional every three to six months to inspect their ears with an otoscope antreat earwax impaction as needed. Treatment may involve the use of a dissolvingagent, irrigation, or manual removal.When it is difficult to tell whether ear wax or another physical impairment iscausing a hearing loss, it's time for a hearing test. Have a comprehensive hearingevaluation at BETTER HEARING CENTER so that we may accuratelydetermine the reason behind your hearing loss. And if a hearing instrument isindicated, rest assured we carry a full range of brands and types, and we'll find theone that is right for you. We also offer instrument repairs and cleanings. AsNew Hampshire's premier hearing care provider, we are the only hearing centeryears.PS. Hearing instruments need to be cleaned daily and allowed to dry overnightBetter Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net1240278

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Better Hearing TOPICS by Herbert J. Hodgdon, Il, BS-HIS, President AVOIDING WAXY BUILDUPS It is especially important for hearing instrument users to avoid earwax (cerumen) buildup. Accumulations of the fatty substance produced by the sweat glands inside the ear not only damage the hearing instrument, but they also can reduce its effectiveness by blocking sound, causing feedback, and producing poor fit. Left to its own devices, earwax will normally migrate through the ear canal and shed on its own. However, because a hearing instrument may block the wax's normal passage, it is recommended that hearing instrument users visit a health-care professional every three to six months to inspect their ears with an otoscope an treat earwax impaction as needed. Treatment may involve the use of a dissolving agent, irrigation, or manual removal. When it is difficult to tell whether ear wax or another physical impairment is causing a hearing loss, it's time for a hearing test. Have a comprehensive hearing evaluation at BETTER HEARING CENTER so that we may accurately determine the reason behind your hearing loss. And if a hearing instrument is indicated, rest assured we carry a full range of brands and types, and we'll find the one that is right for you. We also offer instrument repairs and cleanings. As New Hampshire's premier hearing care provider, we are the only hearing center years. PS. Hearing instruments need to be cleaned daily and allowed to dry overnight Better Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH 603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net 1240278

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