What Type of Hearing Aid is Best
The type of hearing aids that would be best for you depend on a few factors. The first, and most important step, is to determine your level of hearing loss which can range from mild to severe. While some hearing aid styles can help patients with all levels of hearing loss, others are designed to treat people on specific points of the hearing loss spectrum. Book a hearing test and consultation with one of our hearing professionals, to assess what, if any, action needs to be taken to address your hearing health needs.
After you get the results from your hearing tests, you will have to think about what plan to use your new hearing aid.
What Type of Hearing Aids Should I Get?
Your level of
Certain hearing aids lend more towards an active lifestyle, while others are designed for people who spend more time at home. Think about what kinds of activities you will be doing while wearing your hearing aids.
What you want to focus on
Are you finding it difficult to hear the TV? Is it difficult to follow along in meetings? Do crowded spaces create a challenging listening environment? Do you want to clearly capture those one on one conversations?
Discreet appearance vs features
While the stigma associated with hearing aids has virtually vanished, some people would still prefer to have invisible or barely visible hearing aids while others prefer outside the ear hearing aids with all the available features that come with a larger device.
What features you want
Hearing aids can come equipped with exciting technology. Features such as rechargeable batteries, bluetooth functionality, directional microphones, remote controls, and more. Certain smaller hearing aids tend to have fewer features.
The available features and technology in the hearing aid is directly proportional to the price tag. When you finance your hearing aids, our consultants create a tailor-made solution to suit your budget.