Hearing aids today pack quite a punch. Small, wireless, and discreet, these tiny devices can hook up to your phones, your doorbells, and even the internet. This feature allows you to stream music wirelessly to your ears or take phone calls. We also offer automatically adjusting devices. These adjust to your environment and change their settings accordingly, letting you relax and enjoy the amazing sound hearing aids bring you.
There’s also no more squealing or irritation. Older hearing aids sent sound down a tube which then reached your ear. New hearing aids have the speaker directly inside your ear allowing for better sound and more comfort. Also called RIC's, this style of hearing aid is extremely versatile and can be fit, adjusted for sound and fit right in our office without and delay.
Molded hearing aids are molded to the shape of your ear and allow for the utmost comfort. These devices are inserted entirely into your ear without anything behind the ears. This is a great option from someone who has power needs, issues with low and mid frequency hearing loss, or someone who likes to have nothing behind their ears.
Some hearing aids are designed to be extremely water and dirt resistant.
We believe it is important to stay ahead of the latest trends and technology in the hearing industry so we can continue to provide our patients with the expert care they deserve. We attend trainings on the latest hearing aid technology so we can continue to offer you the best possible hearing healthcare experience.
We are excited to offer the newest hearing aid technology from Signia: The Signia AX. The Signia AX will change the way you hear the world by using augmented hearing. With a revolutionary split processing chip, the Signia AX uses two independent processors to help you hear better, even in the most complex listening environments. Sounds will be crisper and clearer while background noise is kept in the background.
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We carry all brands with a proven track record. We don’t use our patients as guinea pigs. We also offer the most products and have no contracts to offer just one manufacturer allowing us to fit our patients with something we know works and something that works well. As we carry most major brands of hearing aids, the sky is the limit. Most of the companies we offer have rechargeable options as well as wireless capabilities. Our ReSound hearing aids can even be adjusted by our providers remotely or from the comfort of your home, giving us even more access to our patients and allow you more flexibility.
We work closely with each patient to determine what the best style and options are to meet their needs.
After you are fit for hearing aids, we will schedule a few follow-up visits to make sure you are doing well and are happy with your new hearing aids. We encourage our patients to visit us twice a year after the initial fitting and follow ups so that we can deeply clean their hearing devices and do some fine tuning. This ensures that the hearing aids are working properly and that your investment lasts for a long time.
Batteries no longer contain mercury, but rather zinc. Zinc needs to react with the oxygen in the air to be able to charge up and activate your battery. This is why hearing aid batteries have stickers on them. When you remove the sticker the zinc in the battery reacts with the oxygen in the air which you have allowed to reach the zinc by taking off the sticker or "tab" on the battery exposing tiny air holes.
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We are the only clinic in the panhandle to offer non-restrictive devices. This means you can take our devices anywhere to get programmed or fixed. If you are out of town or go south for the winters, you can go to any store for service. With some competing brands, you have to go back to them or to another office that has the same brand of hearing aids because not everyone will be able to fix them for you.
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*Compared to Oticon Opn STM, Santurette, et al. 2020. Oticon More clinical evidence. Oticon Whitepaper.