Hearing Aids

It takes time and careful consideration to find the right type of hearing device for your specific requirements. The audiologists at Audiology & Communication Services help pair patients with the best hearing aids available, finding styles and features to fit their needs. Once the heavy research has been completed, the final decision comes down to personal preference based on your lifestyle and hearing loss preferences.

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    Bluetooth-enabled Hearing Aids

    Bluetooth technology is available in many leading electronic devices. For hearing aids, it gives the user the ability to connect to any Bluetooth-capable device. This includes home, office and mobile devices with the Bluetooth logo.

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    CaptionCall

    CaptionCall lets users see phone calls in real-time on an easy-to-read screen. It is highly configurable and improves communication for individuals that suffer from hearing loss. For people with certified hearing loss, there is no cost for the service.

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    Cell Phone Accessories for Hearing Aids

    Cellphone accessories are a low-cost way to extend the hearing accessibility features of a mobile phone. Most modern phones have HAC features and are ready to be paired with external accessories right out of the box. To get the most out of cellphone accessories, potential buyers should talk with audiologists about product availability.

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  • Custom Earmolds and Earplugs

    Custom-made products are made to fit a wearer’s ears to improve comfort and function. Earmolds are a component of hearing aids, and earplugs are their own separate accessory. Both have specific fits for hobbies, professions and individual tasks.

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  • Earplugs and Monitors for Musicians

    Musicians depend on their hearing to create good music. In the studio, earplugs are used to prevent loud sounds from damaging ears. When playing live, in-ear monitors have become the modern choice for protecting against noise exposure.

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    Electronic Shooters Protection

    Even in a controlled setting, firearms make a lot of noise. To prevent temporary and permanent hearing damage, electronic shooters’ protection is recommended. Earplug and earmuff noise coverage varies by brand and model.

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  • Hearing Aid Styles

    Comfort is an integral part of wearing hearing devices. The style plays a role and is a major factor during the hearing aid evaluation. Some exclusive features are dependent on the style chosen and may be recommended by an audiologist. We carry an array of different styles.

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  • Hearing Protection

    Hearing protection includes hearing aids, hearing accessories, earplugs and more. There are options to fit any lifestyle or profession. Hearing protection types complement one another, so it is common to purchase more than one model.

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    Oticon Hearing Products

    Oticon is a hearing aid manufacturer that was founded in 1904 by Hans Demant. With over 3,000 employees, the company has become an important supplier of hearing devices and accessories. The year 2016 marked an important change in the company as they gained industry notoriety for their internet-connected features.

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