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Every day, hearing aid technology is getting better and better, offering you improved sound quality in a smaller package. If you’re in need of hearing aids in Detroit, there’s only one place to go. Dr. Pinnock of Platinum Hearing Aids has been serving the greater Detroit area for more than 30 years, offering an unrivaled quality of care and comfort while you get your hearing aids. Curious to find out more? Our blog is a great resource for all of your hearing aid questions. Check back often to see our most recent posts and to stay up-to-date on the latest from our hearing clinic in Detroit.

Flex Spending Accounts

Platinum Hearing Aids is proud to offer the best in audiological care for all those in or around Southfield, Dearborn, and Allen Park, MI. Whether you’re looking for Southfield tinnitus treatment or hearing aids, we’re glad to provide a wide range of services that are catered to any and all of your needs. We also offer a plethora of payment options in order to accommodate you, no matter what your financial situation may be. One of these options that we offer is payment through flex spending accounts. About Flex Spending Accounts Flex spending accounts are special benefit accounts provided to employees by employers. An amount of money that’s agreed upon will be placed in an employee’s flex spending account at the beginning of the y....

Why Hearing Loss Occurs

Hearing is a very complex and intricate process requiring three sections of the ear to work together to produce sound. If there is damage to any part of the process, hearing problems can begin to occur which may result in the need for a hearing aid. There are many things that can cause hearing loss including: Inner Ear Damage – Aging and being exposed to loud noises over a long period of time can cause inner ear damage wherein the hairs or nerve cells in the cochlea wear down to negatively affect the hearing. Buildup of Earwax – Over time, earwax can build up inside the ear and can lead to a blockage of the ear canal, which can prevent the conduction of sound waves. Fortunately, this can be remedied by simply removing the earwax. ....

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