Patient Resources

American Family Hearing Center provides resources to better develop your understanding of hearing loss. Online resources help patients find the answers they need in a digestible format. It also helps with understanding options and how hearing is affected by everyday activities.

  • Care Credit

    When the bill is too much to handle, Care Credit can be used to lower the cost. Treatments like hearing aids are not meant to set patients back financially. Care Credit offers an affordable way to make payments over a set amount of time.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Audiologists are more than happy to answer questions about hearing health. The FAQ serves as a place to get quick answers to the most general questions. Any changes to the answers found will always reflect the latest status of the industry and clinic.

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  • Guide to Hearing Aids

    The hearing aid evaluation presents a lot of choices for patients. Individuals should take the time to learn about features and how they directly impact hearing abilities. This information will help when picking a specific model.

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  • Hearing – How the Ear Works

    The inner, middle and outer ear all serve specific functions for the brain. When one stops working correctly, it creates havoc with the workflow. Learning how the ear works will point individuals in the right direction when they have hearing loss symptoms.

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  • Hearing and Balance Disorders

    Balance disorders related to hearing can lead to dizziness, nausea and other related symptoms. Losing balance is a deteriorating side effect that requires immediate care. Individuals that are unsure about their current health should never dismiss unsteadiness as a dizzy spell.

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  • Hearing survey

    Please answer the question below to the best of your ability. After you choose your answer, the next question will appear. At the end of the survey, you will be provided with a score, and you may send this score to us so we may discuss any hearing loss issues you are having. 1 2 […]

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  • How to Prevent Hearing Loss for Musicians

    Earplugs are used for creating music, while ear wedges are used for live performances. It is a perfect balance that doesn’t interfere with music integrity. Hearing protection for musicians is made to work without getting in the way.

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  • Impacts of Untreated Hearing Loss

    Untreated hearing loss can lead to chronic conditions. Hearing loss is not always centralized and can be the side effect of a much larger health problem. Finding out the source of the problem is the only way to attack hearing loss symptoms.

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  • Latest Hearing Health News

    Staying up to date with the latest developments is an exciting way to learn about the hearing industry. Hearing health news is always packed with technical achievements, awards and new devices. Current device users can use the latest news to keep up with relevant information about their products.

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  • Types of Hearing Loss

    The three main types of hearing loss are conductive, sensorineural and mixed. These conditions cover the inner, middle and outer ear with varying levels of severity. Hearing loss can happen in one or both ears.

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  • Understanding Tinnitus

    Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions worldwide. At home or work, it disrupts routines by making it hard to concentrate. Tinnitus knowledge gives sufferers a better understanding of what to expect when it flares up.

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