Ask your audiologist… No more broken hearing aid!

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New titanium mini completely in the canal hearing aids are out. These shells are super strong. Fifteen times stronger than traditional acrylic hearing aid shells. My manufacturer’s representative even stepped on one and it didn’t crack or change shape. He then soaked it in a glass of water for half an hour and it still worked. These are very moisture and dust resistant so the inner circuitry will hold up as well as the outer shell. The sound quality is top notch and has the ability to fit most degrees of hearing loss.

These tiny titanium aids are very discreet (virtually invisible) so no one should notice them in your ear. For those of you who liked the extended wear Lyric hearing aid, but it was too expensive for you or your ear didn’t tolerate it, this new discreet titanium hearing aid may be the answer. These are brand new and I can’t wait to try them on somebody. I am so excited to try them I am going to give the first three patients that order a pair a gift card to one of their favorite restaurants. Dinner is on me for trying this new exciting technology!

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Dr. Tia Flynn is a certified audiologist and has been in business for over 17 years. Every Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon, Dr. Flynn provides free hearing screenings at 1601 Third St. in Coeur d’Alene. (208) 664-2767. Visit our newly updated website www.affordablehearinginc.com for an online hearing test and watch helpful videos.

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