There are thousands of hearing aids available today. They come in many different shapes, sizes, colors and technology levels. So out of all the choices out there, what’s right for you or your loved one? Our clinicians are always up-to-date on the latest hearing technologies. They take the time to educate you about your options and will help you find the hearing aid that has just the right amount of hearing technology for you or your loved one.

Here just a few of the “latest and greatest” advances in hearing aids:

  • Open fit (mini Behind-the-Ear): leaves the ear canal open to collect natural sounds and allows us to amplify only the ranges needed due to your hearing loss.
  • Connectivity: the hearing instruments communicate together to give better localization and a more natural processing of your acoustic environment.
  • Frequency compression: allows us to help people perceive sounds that cannot be helped with traditional hearing instruments.
  • More automation: the more advanced hearing instruments allow us to have greater flexibility and an increased ability to tell the hearing instrument what to do in various environments. This helps you to hear better in a wide variety of situations and environments.
  • Budget hearing instruments: with our current economy we are sensitive to our patients needs and do have several hearing instruments that allow us to have a good product at a very economical cost.
  • Bluetooth technology: phone calls to be streamed directly to your hearing aids from your mobile phone, allowing you to effortlessly hearing phone calls in both ears.

If you have any questions about which options might be best for your needs please do not hesitate to give us a call at, (800) 798-9187, or reach out to us, here for your free evaluation.

Your hearing loss is as unique as your finger print.  Because of this, our clinicians firmly believe that no one hearing aid manufacturer can make hearing aids that fit every patient’s hearing loss and unique needs. We proudly offer hearing aids from a wide variety of leading manufacturers, including Unitron, GN Resound, Starkey, Phonak, Oticon, Lyric and Siemens.  Your hearing loss, your ears, your preferences and your needs will help us help you choose the right hearing aid for you!

​Need help?  Call us at (800) 798-9187 with any questions!