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is it time for new hearing aids?

As hearing aid technology continues to improve and your hearing changes over time, it's important to regularly evaluate your hearing aids. Find out if they're still meeting your needs and if your current hearing aids are providing you with the best possible listening experience.
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Are your hearing aids outdated?

3 signs you need an upgrade

Hearing aids accompany you throughout the day, helping you get the most out of your hearing experience. But if you have the feeling your hearing aids aren’t living up to your daily needs, it may be time to trade them in for a newer model. If you're experiencing any of the following issues or simply feel your hearing aids aren’t meeting your expectations, reach out to your Hearing Care Professional.

  • Difficulty hearing in noisy environments
    If you find yourself struggling to hear conversations in loud or crowded environments, it may be a sign that your hearing aids aren’t equipped to handle complex sound environments. Older hearing aid models often lack advanced noise reduction or directional microphone technology needed to effectively distinguish between speech and background noise.

  • Inability to connect to modern devices
    A lot of modern hearing aids can connect to smartphones, TVs, and other devices via Bluetooth, allowing for a more seamless and personalized listening experience. If your hearing aids are not equipped with Bluetooth technology, you may be missing out on the benefits of these features.

  • Uncomfortable fit or poor sound quality
    Over time, hearing aids can experience wear and tear, leading to discomfort or decreased sound quality. If your hearing aids no longer fit properly or are producing distorted or unclear sound, it may be time to consider an upgrade.
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Advantages of current models

Today's hearing aid technology

With the rapid advancements in hearing aid technology, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest features and functions.

Explore some of the most impressive features available in modern hearing aids, designed to provide you with a more natural listening experience and improve your overall quality of life.

 

  • Streamed phone calls and music
     
  • Personalized, remote control use
     
  • Stable, high-quality sound

  • Reduced background noise

  • Binaural sound experience

  • Health and fitness tracking

  • Language translation
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Think you might have hearing loss? Take our complimentary online hearing screening today to better understand your hearing abilities. The test is free and takes just 5 minutes.
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Forward-thinking financing options

Hearing aids need not break the bank. With affordable options on tailor-made devices, we find solutions that fit all your needs.
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Insurance benefits

Looking for hearing aids but worried about the cost? Our insurance specialists can help you get the most out of your benefits and minimize your out-of-pocket expenses. Get in touch with our experienced team today and say goodbye to paperwork and hello to hassle-free coverage!
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Out with the old, in with the new

Reasons to upgrade your hearing aids

It's amazing to see the strides hearing aid technology has taken in recent years. Experiencing sound like never before, taking advantage of rechargeable batteries, streaming capabilities and even AI—you don't want to miss out. With new hearing aid models, you can look forward to:

  • Improved sound quality
    Newer hearing aids contain advanced technology that can improve your ability to hear and understand speech and other sounds.

  • Increased comfort
    Modern hearing aids are designed to be more comfortable and less obtrusive than older models, making them easier to wear for extended periods of time.

  • No more switching batteries
    Thanks to ion-lithium technology, you can charge your hearing aids just like you do your cell phone. No more fumbling around with batteries or wondering when they'll run out. Establish a routine with your rechargeable hearing aids, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about. 

  • Improved control and connectivity
    Most newer hearing aids have Bluetooth connectivity, which allows you to stream audio directly from your phone or other devices. With advanced features, such as smartphone apps and remote controls, you’ll have more control over your listening experience and will be able to adjust settings based on your preferences and environment.
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What our customers say

Conversations became easier with hearing aids

"Two hearing aids in stereo mode let me hear the world in vivid detail, conversations became easier and I felt less left out. I no longer felt mentally exhausted from straining to hear and felt more energized and engaged with life. Better hearing equals a happier life."

What we have to offer

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Types of hearing aids

First-time dip into hearing aids? Step one is knowing that there are smart options. With a wide array of styles, sizes, features and more, your hearing aids will be music to your ears.
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Why choose us?

We've been making tailor-made hearing devices that meet your every need for over 35 years. When it comes to your needs, we’re all ears. Take your first step on your journey to better hearing and we’ll be sure to guide you along the way.

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