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Innovative earwax technology crucial for consumers purchasing newly FDA-deregulated over-the-counter hearing aids

THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF HEARING AID AVAILABILITY OPENS UP OPPORTUNITIES TO EDUCATE PATIENTS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF EAR HEALTH IN HEARING LOSS

REDONDO BEACH, Calif., September 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Bebird, the current leader in visual ear cleaning device sales, is pleased to announce the historic deregulation of the hearing aid industry. This month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided that from October 22, 2022consumers can avoid costly and time-consuming medical consultations and purchase hearing aids directly over the counter.

Providing access to safe and affordable hearing care has far-reaching implications for the millions of hearing impaired people in the United States. However, many consumers are unaware of an important aspect of acquiring a new hearing aid: earwax – that is, earwax. According American scientistexcess earwax sends about 12 million people to see health workers each year.

Without the advice of a medical professional, it is crucial to understand the effects of excess earwax before making the decision to purchase hearing aids from the local pharmacy. Although generally harmless, earwax can build up in excess and cause a host of problems for both the ear canal and delicate hearing aid components.

Additionally, earwax buildup is often aggravated by long-term use of anything in the ear canal. Hearing aids can intensify these painful blockages and over time fail completely due to excess oils and particles getting into sensitive parts of the device. For this reason, most ENT doctors will recommend routine earwax removals when prescribing hearing aids. In some cases, earwax removal alone is enough to relieve the symptoms of hearing loss.

“Before fitting you with a hearing aid, your ENT will make sure your ear canal is clean and not clogged with excess earwax. They will usually also order routine checkups to regularly remove buildup and prevent damage. your ear canal or a hearing aid.” said Celeste Munoz, Product Manager, BeBird. “Our visual ear cleaner can eliminate the need for constant visits and put your health back in your hands.”

Whether earwax buildup is the root cause of hearing problems or consumers simply want to maintain good hygiene while using hearing aids, the need for an affordable ear cleaning solution is paramount. In response to a rapidly changing hygiene industry, Bebird provides safe and effective ear cleaning devices to those in need. With the power to self-examine and treat earwax buildup at home, Bebird has made using OTC hearing aids much safer with minimal doctor visits.

Bebird ear cleaners are available at Walmart, CVS, Rite Aid, Best Buy and many other convenient retailers.

For more information visit www.bebirdus.com or contact Craig McManis at [email protected].

About BeBird
Bebird US is a technology-based company integrating R&D, production and sales, mainly engaged in the development and production of ear cleaning devices. By bringing the otoscope to the home, they revolutionized personal care and raised the standard for personal hygiene products.

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Contact:
Craig McManis
Bebird USA Inc.
[email protected]
844 423 2473

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