Comparing Hearing Aids

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“Technology has opened my ears
and the sound is wonderful”

Does the process of comparing hearing aids and figuring out the best device for your hearing loss seem a little overwhelming? Currently there are over 107 types of hearing aids on the market, varying by style, size, and where they fit in your ear, not to mention by manufacturer. The one you need depends on many factors, including:

  • Your level of hearing loss
  • The types of situations you have difficulty hearing in
  • The features you need to help you hear the best you can in those situations

Hearing Aid research is the best kept secret to finding the right device to help with your hearing loss.

When researching hearing aids, remember all hearing devices fundamentally do the same thing. They all have a microphone, an amplifier, and a receiver that takes the amplified sound and puts it into your ear canal so that you can hear.

Even simple, basic hearing aids can profoundly improve your life.

With so many models available with such a wide variety of features, actually finding the perfect-fitting hearing aid for your situation can be time consuming and difficult.

It doesn’t have to be! We are pleased to offer you instant access to the Better Hearing Institute’s Guide to Hearing Aids, a consumer-friendly and easy-to-read guide that will help you understand the types of hearing enhancement technologies available today.

Download the free Guide to Hearing Aids instantly by completing the form below and take the first step to hearing better.

Guide to Hearing Aids

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2 Steps to Finding a Great Hearing Aid

We recommend a two-step approach to buying a hearing aid. It lets you take advantage of “common wisdom,” under the guidance of an uncommon professional.

  • Start with hearing aid research to get an idea of the various types.
  • Find an Audiologist you can trust to help you with your hearing aid selection and fitting.

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