Is it Time for Hearing Aids?
Hearing loss is a sudden or gradual decrease in how well you can hear. It is one of the most common conditions affecting older and elderly adults. Having trouble hearing can make it hard to understand and follow a doctor’s advice, to respond to warnings, and to hear doorbells and alarms. It can also make it hard to enjoy talking with friends and family. All of this can be frustrating, embarrassing, and even dangerous.
Do you have trouble hearing in a noisy room?
Do you avoid going out because you'll struggle to hear?
Do you notice any ringing or buzzing sounds in either ear?
Do you frequently ask others to repeat themselves?
Do you have more trouble hearing women than men?
Do others complain the TV is too loud?
Find the Right Hearing Aids for You
We believe in providing only the highest quality products available on the market today. We’ve chosen to work with the vendors listed below because they share that belief. Technology is evolving at a rapid pace. One vendor partner will often introduce new technology that outperforms another vendor partner for a specific listening need. Working with multiple vendors affords us the opportunity to provide our patients with the best solution for their particular listening needs.
People First is a promise: That everything Oticon does as a company always begins with the people they are doing it for. They are not simply trying to help you to hear more, but to live more. Oticon hearing aids are designed to help you communicate, interact, and participate fully in life.
Phonak continuously challenges the limits of technology to help overcome even the most difficult hearing situations. Whatever your degree of hearing loss Phonak has the right hearing aid for you – regardless of your type of hearing loss, your lifestyle, your personal preferences, your age or your budget.
Helping millions of patients with never-before-seen hearing aid technologies. Starkey believes every person’s hearing loss is unique that’s why every solution they design is, too.
Being able to hear the people and world around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing. As a world leader in the manufacturing and delivering of advanced hearing solutions, we go to work each day to ensure every person on the planet has the opportunity to hear their very best.
Hearing Aid FAQ
Everyone has questions. Hopefully the answers here will address a few of your questions. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for call us, we can answer just about any hearing aid related question.
Do all hearing aids need batteries?
All hearing aids require some power source. Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries are now available.
Do I need to wear two hearing aids?
The majority of patients with a hearing loss in both ears will need a hearing aid for both ears. There are some exceptions to this, and your hearing healthcare professional will discuss those with you.
Will everyone know I'm wearing a hearing aid?
Maybe they will and maybe they won’t. But trust me they notice that you can’t hear. Ask your close friends and family the following question. “Do you think I’m having a problem hearing?” More people will notice that you’re having a problem hearing than will ever notice that you’re wearing a hearing aid.
Will a hearing aid help me?
If you have an aidable hearing loss, meaning you have some hearing left to work with, then the answer is yes. How much it will help will depend on a whole host of factors.
- How long you waited to do something about your problem.
- How you lost your hearing.
- Your overall health.
- And so on and so on
Bluetooth technology is a wireless communications system intended to replace the cables that allow connection to many different types of devices. Bluetooth technology is the most recent advancement in hearing aids. It is a way to send digital information wirelessly over short distances. Bluetooth technology works to allow two hearing aids to wirelessly communicate with each other and also allows users to connect to devices in their home and car, like a DVD player, computer and cell phone.
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