Our patented receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) technology has become the fastest-growing product style worldwide. Our new Clear-tone hearing instruments with high definition sound perform more like high fidelity headphones than a hearing aid. The ability to hear a broad spectrum of sound brings life and brilliance to sound, allowing the listener to experience the clarity of voices, subtle sounds of nature, the vibrant tones of music, and the many other sounds that color daily life.
- Benefits of our patented technology
- High Fidelity Sound Quality
- Patented Comfort Technology
- Ultra Discreet
- Over 80% of all hearing aids utilize our patented technology
SYMPTOMS OF HEARING LOSS
Hearing loss typically occurs gradually over a long period of time, so often, people with a hearing loss aren’t aware of how bad it truly is. Some of the most common signs of hearing loss are:
- Trouble understanding in noisy environments (restaurant, party, etc.)
- Trouble understanding phone calls
- Feeling as if speakers are mumbling
- Asking “huh?” or “what?” regularly
- Turning up the TV or radio volume to a level uncomfortable for others
COMMON CAUSES OF HEARING LOSS
- Damage to the inner ear
- Aging and prolonged exposure to loud noise may cause wear and tear on the hairs or nerve cells in the cochlea that send sound signals to the brain. When these hairs or nerve cells are damaged or missing, electrical signals aren’t transmitted as efficiently, and hearing loss occurs. Higher pitched tones may become muffled to you. It may become difficult for you to pick out words against background noise. Heredity may make you more prone to these changes. This type of hearing loss is known as sensorineural hearing loss, which is permanent.
- A gradual buildup of earwax
- Earwax can block the ear canal and prevent the conduction of sound waves. Earwax blockage can be a cause of hearing loss among people of all ages and can cause a conductive hearing loss, which usually is treated with earwax removal.
- Ear infection and abnormal bone growths or tumors
- In the outer or middle ear, any of these can cause hearing loss.
- Ruptured eardrum (tympanic membrane perforation)
- Loud blasts of noise, sudden changes in pressure, poking your eardrum with an object, and infection can cause your eardrum to rupture and affect your hearing.
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