Experience the HearingLife 30-Day Challenge

1. Have a complimentary hearing assessment*
2. Buy and try hearing aids for 30 days, risk-free**
3. Share your experience in our online survey

How it works

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Book a complimentary appointment to test your hearing today.
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Demo new hearing aids in our office and buy with our 30-day risk-free trial period.
Online Survey
Over the next 30 days, you will be asked to take part in our online surveys to put your hearing aids to the test.

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as of 02/07/2024

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Hearing aids are more technologically advanced than ever before

Hearing aid technology has experienced major enhancements and innovations over the past decade. Today's hearing devices may deliver exceptional sound quality and can help make your life easier through intelligent, personalized features.

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BrainHearing™ technology
Hearing aids from Oticon with BrainHearing™ technology deliver more sound to the brain that's much clearer, all while improving speech understanding and reducing listening effort.
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Bluetooth® connectivity
Bluetooth® hearing aids allow you to wirelessly connect to a range of devices. You can hear music, take phone calls, and listen to TV audio, either directly from your hearing aids or via a hearing aid app.
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Rechargeable batteries
Rechargeable batteries are good for the environment and your wallet when compared to disposable batteries, which you need to buy and throw away more often.
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Tinnitus support
People with hearing loss can also experience symptoms of tinnitus. Hearing aids can provide tinnitus relief by sending therapy sounds to the ears, which help to decrease the annoyance of tinnitus.
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Feedback reduction
Feedback (often experienced as a whistling sound) in modern hearing aids is much less common due to new technology called "feedback reduction," which helps to prevent feedback.
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Smartphone applications
Digital hearing aids can be connected to your smartphone and other phone apps, allowing you to manage hearing device settings and receive notifications on your smart device.