Posts Categorized:Hearing Aids

Given the many advancements in hearing aid technology, it should come as no surprise that hearing aids are now capable of connecting with Bluetooth technology, allowing you to experience the benefits of a wireless connection without so much hassle. If you’ve ever wondered how Bluetooth can connect with your hearing aid, or even why this…

Have you ever been to a really loud concert only to leave the venue with ringing ears and deafened hearing? Or have you ever developed a bad cold or sinus infection and wake up one morning with no hearing in one of your ears? Though often terrifying, instances like these are common side effects of…

Determining the right hearing aid for your needs can seem overwhelming—there are several different styles to choose from. Your level of hearing loss and desired appearance play a large role in the style that will work best for your lifestyle. Here are 4 styles of hearing aids to consider. 1. Behind the Ear Behind the…

Caring for and maintaining your hearing aid is important for it to function properly and to lengthen its life span. At Hearing & Balance Centers of New England, our hearing aids are custom fit to the individual wearing them, and they may have specific care instructions that go beyond these general tips. Always listen to…

When many of us picture hearing aids, we think of those unsightly behind the ear contraptions that announce to the world that you’re an octogenarian or better. Fortunately, these types of hearing aids aren’t your only choice, regardless of your age. Just like other forms of digital technology, hearing aids have come a long way…

Phonak has come up with a long-lasting rechargeable hearing aid, earning the appreciation of users tired of changing batteries all the time. Called the Audéo B-R, it uses lithium-ion batteries that typically give 24 hours of hearing on a single charge. It is the quickest charging unit on the market. One Battery for the Lifetime…

The SoundLens™ 2 is an invisible digital hearing aid that is getting rave reviews for comfort and clarity from users. It’s designed to be completely invisible, easy-to-use, and provide clear, natural sound. SoundLens 2 is a premier hearing device offered by American-based Starkey Hearing Technologies. The SoundLens 2, the world’s first invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) hearing aid,…

Hearing loss and dementia are two separate problems that are often associated with aging, and they actually share a bigger connection than many people realize. Although people can – and frequently do – have dementia without hearing loss, research shows that hearing loss can definitely contribute to a person’s mental decline. Many cases of dementia…

Did you know that we hear more with our brains than with our ears? This is an important fact that hasn’t been adequately addressed by conventional hearing aids – until now. The Oticon Opn™ is a revolutionary new hearing aid that isn’t just an improvement over an old model, rather it’s an entirely new design…

If you have moderate or severe hearing loss, your hearing aid is probably among the most important things you own. Much like your other valuable and important possessions, you may have thought about getting your hearing aid under warranty so that you don’t have to spend too much money to get it repaired or replaced…

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