Q. Can I talk on the phone?
A. With the made for iPhone and neck loop options, hearing on a phone is great.
Q. What size hearing aid do I need?
A. Hearing aids are considerably smaller than they used to be. The power needed and the size of the ear canal determines the size.
Q. Can I hear my TV?
A. With advanced streaming technology, hearing your TV will not be a problem.
Q. Will I understand speech in noisy areas?
A. Technology chosen and word discrimination has everything to do with this.
Q. How much do they cost?
A. Cost is determined by the technology level and features you choose.
Hearing technology is largely misunderstood; click a myth below to learn the facts about hearing aids.Myth: Hearing are too bulky
Wearing hearing aids is a full time commitment. It takes time to adjust to hearing again. Hearing loss does not happen overnight, so getting used to hearing does not happen overnight. A wearer has to get use to their own voice and the everyday sounds around them.
The world is noisy place and a wearer has to learn to recognize the sounds around them, so they can learn to ignore the sounds again. We encourage open communication, so we can get the user up to the proper power needed with our no-cost follow up service. The time needed to adjust can be on the user's time frame.
Our partner EarQ has provided us with a detailed chart showcasing the anatomy of the ear; see below to learn more.