Hearing Aids – Our Trusted Manufacturers
The Widex Sound
The Widex Sound allows you to hear a full spectrum of sounds, whether it’s a background noise, a whisper in a crowd, of a full-scale concert performance. Widex devices are comfortable to wear and designed to help you hear as naturally as possible. They even help you hear soft sounds, while making sure louder sounds aren’t too uncomfortable.
Two types of hearing aids are available.
Hearing aids that fit behind the ear:
– Easy-to-use controls
– Powerful sound
– Color personalization
– Ideal for moderate to severe hearing loss
Hearing aids that fit in the ear:
– Discreet and small
– Easy to handle
– Ideal for mild to moderate hearing loss
Oticon believes we hear with our brain, not with our ears. That’s why they developed BrainHearing™ technology that enables Oticon hearing instruments to be finely tuned to match your unique hearing profile and personal sound preferences.
Rexton has developed a wide range of devices for every ear and every lifestyle. They take pride in working closely with patients and customers to continually improve the quality and functionality of their product.
As a staple in the hearing health industry for the last 130 years, Siemens has demonstrated a high level commitment to improving the field of Audiology. Their major goal over that time has been helping improve the quality of life for people with hearing impairments. And that is why we are proud to offer their wide array of products.
With their large selection of hearing technology devices and constant innovation, Starkey has positioned itself as a leader in the hearing health industry. With their focus on bringing measurable improvements and features to new products, as well as a philanthropic focus, We are proud to have them in our line of products we offer