Keeping Your Ears Clean and Healthy

Cleaning our ears is something most of us do habitually when we are done showering – most of us don’t even think twice about how we’re doing it.  Unfortunately, the most of us clean our ears wrong and risk damaging our hearing. Earwax, or cerumen, is your body’s natural way to protect your ears from
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Neglecting Your Hearing

How often do you see a dentist?  How about your eye doctor?  And of course, we all know we should get a physical once a year.  These appointments are very standard in our day-to-day lives and even if we don’t actually go as often as we should, I would be willing to bet that you’ve
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Trusting an Audiologist

When you are trying to pick out a new dentist or general practitioner the number one thing we expect is that they have had the proper education. While we make exceptions for things like medical residents or supervised trainees, we feel more comfortable with a seasoned doctor, right? When it comes to audiology, that same
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Social Isolation

The Silent, Isolating World of Hearing Loss Sammy Randels, Bountiful Hearing Center Helen Keller is credited with saying “Blindness separates people from things; deafness separates people from people.”  While the physical effects of hearing loss are obvious, it is also mentally, emotionally, and socially damaging to you.  Losing your hearing can make you feel that
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We’ve Moved…but not very far away!

Bountiful Hearing Center is excited to announce our new location, just down the street from our previous office.  We look forward to continuing to serve your hearing healthcare needs at 575 East Medical Drive in Bountiful. Join us for our Open House on November 13 to celebrate our state-of-the-art office, from 8:00 am to 5:00
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Recognizing Hearing Loss in Young Children

Hearing loss affects people of all ages and backgrounds. This includes infants, toddlers and young children. The most common causes of hearing loss in young children are ear infections. While temporary at first, frequent ear infections may result in more permanent hearing loss. Unfortunately, because children do not usually have the awareness and vocabulary to
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Thrive – May 2018

Did you “hear”?  May is Better Hearing Month ! Better Hearing Month was created in 1927 by ASHA (American Speech & Hearing Association).   In 1986 President Ronald Reagan made it official with a formal proclamation.  This annual event is designed to raise awareness of hearing loss problems.  The goal of Better Hearing Month is to
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Thrive – June 2018

As summer approaches and we have thoughts of camping, fishing and hiking through our incredible Wasatch Mountains, we will certainly be thinking of sunscreen and hats to protect our skin, along with long sleeves and pants to ward off diseases from certain plants and those pesky insect bites.  Hardly anyone will think of something like
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Dad, Your Blinker’s Still On!

Have you ever been driving down the interstate and had someone in the car tell you “your blinker’s still on!”  Time and again, I have found myself in that position.  Consequently, and with no lack of annoyance, I turn my blinker off.  We often don’t know what we’re not hearing.  Could it be that your granddaughter is
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Here Is Something To Think About

Have you ever heard the saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know”?  Well, if you think about that in terms of your hearing, someone might say, “You don’t know what you’re not hearing”.  However, we guarantee that those around you do! We have a patient who once told us a story regarding a gentlemen
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