Posts Tagged: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…

Any level of hearing loss can be frustrating and even devastating, but it’s important to understand the different degrees of hearing loss in order to make a game plan for moving forward. Here are the 4 degrees of hearing loss and some information on how to get your hearing tested to determine what degree 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…

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,…

Traditional hearing aids operate by closing down certain sounds to allow you to focus only on what you need to hear, and while that does work well for most kinds of hearing loss it also creates an artificial listening experience. The brain is deprived of the context it needs to make sense of certain sounds,…

One of the major advanced in hearing aids has been new features that greatly reduce the dreaded sound feedback that has historically been problematic. Oticon Inium Sense feedback shield has a feedback management structure developed to distinguish risks of feedback. The ability to better regulate and wipe out feedback is refined through two vital updates…

If you’re losing your hearing, there are a lot of good reasons to get a hearing aid, but one of the most important is that cognitive decline– the ability to respond and interact with others being reduced– can be offset, giving you a greater quality of living. Studies continue to show the benefits of hearing…

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