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Wait- You Have Something in Your Ear


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Call Us Today (310) 773-4453 It fits entirely within the ear canal and can’t be seen or noticed unless another person is close enough to see the exposed ears and the hearing aids tucked inside.

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Wait- You Have Something in Your Ear

  1. 1. (310) 773-4453 Wait, You HaveSomething In Your Ear!
  2. 2. (310) 773-4453 As your boss leaned past you the other day, you noticed thatthere was something in her ear.
  3. 3. (310) 773-4453 www.Hearing-Aids-Westchester-CA.comIt was so tiny you could barely seeit and you wouldn’t have noticed it if she hadn’t been so close.
  4. 4. (310) 773-4453 Not wanting to be rude, youassume it’s a hearing aid and spend your lunch hour pouring overwebsites on the topic because your curiosity is just too much.
  5. 5. (310) 773-4453 What you find out ends with your own visit to an audiologist tocomplete your own annual hearing test.
  6. 6. (310) 773-4453 www.Hearing-Aids-Westchester-CA.comHe explains to you that what you saw is the newest in hearingdevices available on the market today.
  7. 7. (310) 773-4453 The CIC, or Completely In the Canal, hearing aids are no biggerthan the tip of your pinky finger yet work as well as any other hearing aid choice available.
  8. 8. (310) 773-4453 www.Hearing-Aids-Westchester-CA.comHe also goes on to say that most ofthem have wireless capabilities, and your boss being the business lady she is, probably picked them for that very reason.
  9. 9. (310) 773-4453 With your curiosity adequatelysatisfied, you return to work nowwondering how to ask your bossmore about her CIC hearing aids.
  10. 10. (310) 773-4453 Finally you decide there’s no tactful way tobring up the subject with her and you will just have to wait until another opportunity presents itself, and you can say, “Hey! You have something in your ear!”