Comfortable and discreet.
In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids have the latest digital technology contained in a custom-molded casing that fits in the ear. They're extremely discreet and comfortable to wear.
Superior sound quality.
Our RIC hearing aids offer the most natural sound experience by placing the speaker directly in the canal. Bonus: They’re also small and very discreet.
Powerful and easy to use.
If you need a big boost in sound, BTE hearing aids offer the highest amplification capability, and yet are very easy to maintain and take care of.
What is the best hearing aid on the market in 2022?
The Best Hearing Aids For 2022, What Can We Expect? The end of 2021 was fascinating in the hearing aid world. The LiNX Quattro release by Resound was closely followed by the Audio Marvel release by Phonak. On top of that, Starkey pushed out their fall detection feature to some Livio users.
A number of common hearing aids side effects include:
Headaches and tinnitus.
Skin irritation, soreness, and discomfort.
Improper sound level and quality.
Itching in the ear canal.
How do you know if you need a hearing aid?
2. You Have Trouble Listening In Crowds. One of the first signs that you're suffering from hearing loss is when you have difficulty following a conversation in crowds. If you often have trouble differentiating who's speaking to you in a noisy environment, you could be in the early stages of hearing loss.
What happens if hearing loss is not treated?
Untreated hearing loss can have serious consequences. A decrease in hearing sensitivity is associated with diminished cognitive function, poorer mental health, and social withdrawal. The study identified a link between the degree of hearing loss and the risk of developing dementia.
Do I need to see a doctor get a hearing aid?
Get a checkup. Have a chat with your doctor to rule out any medical causes of hearing loss, such as earwax or an infection. Then, have your hearing tested by a hearing specialist (audiologist). In the USA, there are two types of hearing care professionals, Hearing Instrument Specialists, and Audiologists.
What is moderate hearing loss?
Moderate hearing loss refers to an individual's inability to hear soft to moderately loud noise and to understand speech whenever any background noise is present. These soft to moderately loud sounds exist in the 41 to 71 dB range and therefore an audiologist will describe the moderate hearing loss as being between 41 to 71 dB.
Do you need a hearing aid for moderate hearing loss?
People with mild hearing loss and high perceived handicaps are often good candidates for Widex Hearing Centre. Because your hearing aids don't need to put out as much sound, they will require less frequent battery changes compared to someone who needs powerful devices.