What invisible hearing aid technology is currently available? What’s the newest improvement in hearing aids? Modern, digital hearings aids, from invisible hearing aids to behind the ear, all which you’ll find at HearingLife, are smaller and have exceptional sound quality due to multidirectional microphones and computer processing. In addition, most of these digital hearing aids can be uniquely fine-tuned to suit specific lifestyles; a HearingLife audiologist or hearing instrument specialist can show you exactly how to fine-tune your hearing aid.
There are so many diverse hearing aid options like invisible hearing aids that choosing just one style is a difficult decision! However, the clinicians at HearingLife can help you decide which digital hearing aid will be the best fit for you – looking at your hearing loss and your hearing needs, based on your lifestyle. Some of the options for hearing aid styles include:
Depending on your preferences, you may choose to select a hearing aid that's interior as opposed to exterior, or vice versa. However, newer hearing aids all have one thing in common: computer programming. New hearing aids can effectively do the following:
These hearing aids are tailored specifically to each wearer’s needs; the custom settings on these hearing aids acts like a radio equalizer that can be set to match a person’s hearing loss at every pitch. The world of technology has become a personalized, digital realm – and hearing aids are no exception.
The hearing aids on today’s market resemble Bluetooth technology and are invisible to the human eye! The newest developments in hearing aids include products that are custom fit, invisible, and discreet. Inexpensive digital hearing aids are a standard within any hearing health clinic.
When you visit HearingLife for a hearing screening, hearing assessment, or to try out hearing aids at an in-office demonstration, we recommend bringing along a family member or friend to your visit. Because of the amount of information discussed at a HearingLife appointment, a friend or a family member will be able to help you remember your options, as well as everything that was covered during your appointment. It’s also important that you hear someone’s voice that you are familiar with in trying new hearing instruments.