Once again, the readers of The Reporter have spoken and voted Creekside Hearing Aid Service in Vacaville, CA, the Best Hearing Aid Specialist of Solano County! This marks the TENTH consecutive year Creekside Hearing has been recognized with the reader’s choice award
Annually, The Reporter conducts a poll, where readers and consumers vote for their favorite businesses in numerous categories, like restaurants, service providers and health care providers. The newspaper lists all providers in a given category, or readers can write in a candidate. Entries are judged on service and performance criteria.
Thank you for making the staff at Creekside Hearing Aid Service your #1 hearing instrument specialists TEN years in a row!
If you or a loved one has untreated hearing loss, or are simply in need of a baseline hearing check for wellness, contact us online or call 707-999-2858 today and find out why we’re Solano County’s best hearing aid provider.
Hearing aids are designed to provide many years of dependable service, but it’s inevitable that they occasionally experience problems. Your hearings aids are used daily in a harsh environment, subject to moisture, heat and earwax. Regular maintenance will extend the life of your investment and help prevent costly repairs and early replacement.
The most important preventative maintenance step you can take is to clean your hearing aids every day. Use a dry, soft cloth the wipe down your devices. Don’t use water, solvents, alcohol or cleaning fluids – all can damage your hearing aids.
Summertime is upon us, and that means warm weather, sunny days, and plenty of time spent outdoors. But for hearing aid wearers, summer can present some problems. Consider having your hearing checked and your existing hearing aids serviced at Creekside Hearing Aid Service this season – call our staff at (707) 317-1891 today!
Sweat and water are the two biggest enemies of hearing aids during the summer, and sharp temperature changes can cause condensation and an increased propensity to sweat. Follow these 5 tips to care for your hearing aids during the summer months: Continue reading 5 Summer Tips for Hearing Aid Wearers→
After years of struggling with hearing loss, parents Anri and Nani came to see Starkey Hearing Foundation in Indonesia. After being fit, the parents were excited to finally hear their two children laugh and speak. We were so happy to connect this family to the world of sound — and each other! Take a look as they interact with their two young children through sound for the first time. Continue reading Reconnecting A Family Through Hearing In Indonesia→
Many people consider hearing loss to be an embarrassing medical condition, but did you know that it can also be dangerous to ignore the problem and not get help from a hearing aid?
Every day, there are thousands of people who are battling some form of ear function loss and a large portion of them will ignore the signs and symptoms until it interferes with their ability to maintain a normal life. Others will go and seek professional help so they can find out what is going on. No matter which group you fall into, there are some dangers you need to be aware of if you don’t get your ears checked. Continue reading The Dangers Of Not Wearing A Hearing Aid→
Whether it’s using online banking, buying a new car, or being involved in health issues such as choosing digital hearing aids, today’s baby boomers are all about taking control and doing things themselves, at their own convenience.
The members of this generation have the desire and the ability to use the Internet comfortably, allowing them to research hearing aid technology on their own. This is something that separates them from past generations who may have simply gone to their doctors and been handed answers. Baby boomers want to research their medical issues. They have confidence in their own judgment and want to ask questions and be involved in any decisions that need to be made.
The members of this generation have the desire and the ability to use the Internet comfortably, allowing them to research hearing aid technology on their own. This is something that separates them from past generations who may have simply gone to their doctors and been handed answers.
Take a look at the colorful history of hearing aids, ear trumpets of the first electronic hearing aid (too bulky to be portable) to the invention of transistors into the digital age.
You will also learn about some of the latest innovations, including the use of ADRO (adaptive dynamic range optimization) technology into new lines of hearing aids. Continue reading History of Hearing Aids→