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Test Drive (Your Hearing)
We believe the only way to truly know which hearing aids are right for you is by witnessing the benefits they provide to your day-to-day life.
We want to make sure you love the way you hear. Deciding if you need a hearing instrument or which hearing instrument is right for you can be overwhelming.
Two questions face our customers. The first is, “Do I have a hearing loss?” If our hearing test reveals that the answer is yes, then the next question you ask may be, “Will I like what I hear and will I be happy with them?”
Making a confident choice with Sounds Good! Risk Free Trial
The first step is to make an appointment for your initial hearing evaluation. After this evaluation, we will program a set of hearing instruments personalized to the degree of your hearing loss. You will take the hearing instruments home right away and wear them at work, at home, and even at the theater. By continuously wearing the hearing instruments in all your different environments, you will know whether they are right for you or if you should make another selection to better match your lifestyle. We encourage you to take your time evaluating the hearing instruments to get a sense of how they are performing for you. After a week-long trial, you will return to our office where we will discuss your options together. Backed by data and your personal preferences, you will have access to different models and price levels. It’s that simple! It really could not be easier.
Come in for a Test Drive to experience what sounds the flex trial hearing aids will bring back to you. The Test Drive trial is cost and risk free!
Types of Hearing Aids
Although hearing assistance is a quickly developing area of technological research and development, many of the main types of hearing aids fall into two general categories. In The Ear (ITE) hearing aids fit into the ear canal, often out of sight. Behind The Ear (BTE) hearing aids have a compartment attached to the aid that sits behind the ear. Within these general types there are many variants, each with its own profile of features and liabilities. Before describing the features available, let’s take a look at these two general types of hearing aids and the variants within them.
ITE Hearing Aids
BTE Hearing Aids
In addition to these general types, some general features can be a component of any hearing aid. Noise cancellation can make listening in restaurants or parties much easier. Speech identification technology also assists this process. Smartphone compatibility has made it possible to customize your hearing aids to the locations where you tend to need them, such as the home, workplace, or a shopping center you tend to frequent. Bluetooth technology has also been a very helpful feature in hearing aid technology, freeing the wearer from carrying the smartphone in a pocket or handbag. With the Bluetooth receiver nearby, the same functions can be employed.