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Quality counts

Because hearing loss is an invisible disability that affects quality of life

Today’s hearing aids can improve your Quality of Life

Featuring the latest high-speed wireless technology, these hearing aids work together to process incoming sounds exceptionally fast. They can expand your world by:

  • Automatically adjusting to different soundscapes
  • Letting you hear better and remember more—with less effort
  • Connecting you to your TV and smartphone via bluetooth and wireless capabilities
  • Offering a rechargeable+ option which provides a full day’s power (certain models)

Because quality includes aesthetics

These sleek devices offer discretion and are almost invisible. Depending on your kind of loss and the needs of your individual lifestyle, you can choose from many styles and features, in eight skin/hair-toned colors.

Do you know the facts?

Studies show1 that untreated hearing loss can negatively affect relationships with friends and family, causing feelings of isolation and making communication difficult.

  • Older adults who use hearing aids show reduced depression symptoms and improved quality of life.2
  • 60% of our military personnel return home from overseas with hearing impairment3, often as a result of noise exposure.
  • One in five teenagers has some level of hearing loss.3
  • Only 3 in 10 adults who had a physical exam in the last year say it included a hearing screening.4
  • Nearly 50% of adults ages 60-69 have hearing loss.5

Are you one of the nearly 50 million Americans3 with some degree of hearing loss? (If you aren’t sure, then it might be time for a hearing assessment.*)

Receiver in the ear

This nearly-invisible model is our most popular. When discretion counts, this device is for you. Fit just for your ears, this is one of several styles that sits snuggly in your outer ear canal.

Behind the ear

Some behind the ear (BTE) models have special features designed to enhance your experience in larger venues or crowds. If you have severe or profound hearing loss, a BTE model may be your best bet.

Invisible in the canal

No wind noise in this custom-molded nugget: Receiver in the ear (RITE) hearing aids deliver sound from a small speaker via a nearly invisible wire to the ear canal. This solution is designed for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.