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-This page attempts to visually demonstrate conductive and sensorineural hearing losses, and their relationship to hearing aids.+**This page attempts to visually demonstrate conductive and sensorineural hearing losses, and their relationship to hearing aids.**
  
-If you're like most people, the only hearing loss you've experienced is a conductive loss; one found when catching a cold. Hearing Aids are good solutions for conductive ​losss, but they do little to correct a sensorineural loss, especially for a child, or anyone adapting to a recent decline in hearing.+If you're like most people, the only hearing loss you've experienced is a conductive loss; one found when catching a cold. 
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 +Hearing Aids are good solutions for conductive ​losses, but they do little to correct a sensorineural loss, especially for a child, or anyone adapting to a recent decline in hearing.
  
 Hearing aids increase the volume of sound, but can do little to improve clarity. Hearing through a hearing aid is best-described as tuning a radio slightly off-station,​ allowing static, and then increasing the volume. Just as with a hearing aid, as the radio plays louder, the static and noise worsen. Hearing aids increase the volume of sound, but can do little to improve clarity. Hearing through a hearing aid is best-described as tuning a radio slightly off-station,​ allowing static, and then increasing the volume. Just as with a hearing aid, as the radio plays louder, the static and noise worsen.
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