Is it time to get hearing aids?

  • Oticon

    Rediscover the sounds of your life with Oticon hearing aids. New technology offering speech understanding nearly on par with normal hearing.

  • Resound Hearing Aids

    ReSound ecosystem of hearing aids, apps and wireless accessories let you adapt to all kinds of environments and situations and makes sure you hear the sounds you want to hear.

  • Widex Hearing Aids

    Our uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as our own revolutionary wireless technology.

  • Signia Hearing Aids

    Now you can improve your hearing a remarkable amount — and even preserve the familiar sound of your natural own voice — thanks to the new Signia hearing aids with Own Voice Processing (OVP™).

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Lyric Extended Wear Hearing Aids

Lyric was featured on Good Morning America as a new hearing technology that is not only tiny and invisible but also delivers exceptional sound quality without daily hassles. Wear it in the shower.  Wear it to bed. Wear it exercising. Wear it almost everywhere.


Conventional hearing aids use a speaker to amplify sounds. The Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution directly vibrates your eardrum to activate your natural hearing system. The result is rich, complete sound that users report makes it easier to understand people in noisy environments and participate in group situations.

Is there a link between hearing loss and age?

Is there a link between hearing loss and age?

There is a strong relationship between age and reported hearing loss. About 18 percent of American adults 45-64 years old, 30 percent of adults 65-74 years old, and 47 percent of adults 75 years old or older have a hearing loss.

Are there different styles of hearing aids?

Are there different styles of hearing aids?

There are three basic styles of hearing aids. The styles differ by size, their placement on or inside the ear, and the degree to which they amplify sound. Behind the ear (BTE) hearing aids, In the ear (ITE) hearing aids, and Canal hearing aids (ITC).

Is it possible to lose your hearing suddenly?

Is it possible to lose your hearing suddenly?

Approximately 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Hearing loss affects only 1 ear in 9 out of 10 people who experience sudden deafness. Only 10 to 15 percent of patients with sudden deafness know what caused their loss.

Who is the typical person suffering from tinnitus?

Who is the typical person suffering from tinnitus?

More than 12% of men and nearly 14% of women over 65 are affected by tinnitus. It is identified more frequently in white people.

The prevalence of tinnitus is almost twice as frequent in the South as in the Northeast.

How many adults could benefit from hearing aids?

How many adults could benefit from hearing aids?

If you have a question about your hearing, you’re not alone. Approximately 28.8 million adults in the United States alone could benefit from hearing aids.

Are you one of them?

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Hearing aid technology like most technology goes through stages of evolution.  The most recent technological advance has been to the category of rechargeable hearing aids.  Although rechargeable hearing aids have been around for quite some time, they were unable to hold a charge for an extended period of time, often just a few hours.  Technologically has advanced to the point where a rechargeable hearing aid can now hold a charge for days.

Reasons to Consider Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Ease of Use

Rechargeable hearing aids are Particularly useful if you have decreased dexterity or health issues that make handling small objects difficult. Place the hearing aid in the charger at night and in the morning it will be fully charged and ready for use.

Go Green

Rechargeable batteries are better for the environment. You may only need to replace the batteries once over a 3 – 4 year time span.

Peace of Mind

Once they’ve charged overnight your hearing aids will be ready to work all day long. Many rechargeables also allow you to top off with a “quick charge” of an hour or less during the day that adds several hours of wearing time even if you’re streaming audio regularly.

No Additional Costs

The cost to replace your rechargeable batteries is less than the cost to replace regular hearing aid batteries over the same period of time.

Modern Hearing Aids

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that you wear in or behind your ear. It makes some sounds louder so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and participate more fully in daily activities.

There are three basic parts to a hearing aid: a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The basics haven’t changed for decades.  What has change significantly is how a hearing aid manipulates the sound as it enters the hearing aid and eventually sends the signal into your ear canal. Theses advances include:

  • Automatic volume adjustments
  • Automatic adaptation to background noise
  • Built in FM, Infrared and Bluetooth technology
  • Water resistant technology
  • Hearing aids look better than ever before coming in a variety of shapes, colors and styles