These days, hearing aids are as unique as the individuals who need them, coming in all shapes, sizes and colors. Because hearing loss doesn’t discriminate, affecting individuals of all ages, hearing aid manufacturers have responded en masse, offering styles and accessories that provide options for individuals with different types and degrees of hearing loss, as well as different lifestyles and budgets
Bluetooth-enabled Hearing Aids
Bluetooth technology enables two digital devices to seamlessly connect and communicate with one another without requiring wires or cords. By harnessing this technology into hearing aids, manufacturers have empowered better, cleaner connections to people who use devices like televisions, cellphones, laptops and tablets to listen to music, watch TV or stream other media without worrying about static or feedback.Learn More
Electronic Shooters Protection
Specially-targeted for people who enjoy hunting, Electronic Shooters Protection offers safety from the blowback of round after round of shooting while still enabling you to hear your environment around you clearly.Learn More
Hearing Aid Styles
- In the ear (ITE): ITE hearing aids fit snugly inside the ear canal. While these are not considered invisible, the small devices are suitable for individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
- Invisible in canal (IIC): IIC hearing aids are almost invisible. The devices fit very inside the ear canal. Because of their small size, IIC hearing aids can be worn by people with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
- Completely in canal (CIC): CIC hearing aids fit inside the ear canal, except for a small grip or handle. Because of their size and handle, they can be easily inserted and removed. These hearing aids are suitable for individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
- Behind the ear (BTE): BTE devices are inserted into the ear canal while sitting behind the ear with a tube or earmold attached. These devices are often larger than ITC devices, enabling individuals with more severe hearing loss to take advantage of them.
The most effective way to prevent hearing loss from occurring in the first place is to wear hearing protection. The most common forms of hearing protection include earplugs and earmolds, both of which can be custom-made for more protective support.Learn More
LACE is an acronym for Listening And Communication Enhancement. Conceived by leading audiologists at the University of California at San Francisco, LACE is an interactive computerized aural rehabilitation program that has already helped thousands of people who live with some degree of hearing loss increase their listening skills by up to 45%.Learn More
Oticon Hearing Products
One of the most trusted manufacturers in the industry, Oticon’s hearing aids are people with all types and degrees of hearing loss. From basic to digital hearing aids to high tech BrainHearing devices, Oticon hearing aids are a worthwhile investment.Learn More
Phonak Hearing Products
Known for offering the smallest in-the-ear device on the hearing aid market, Phonak proves to be a consistent leader in technology. Phonak provides devices that are affordable and for individuals with varying lifestyles.Learn More
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
For individuals who are interested in devices that can be reused or do not require consistent changing of batteries, talk to the professionals at Texas Professional Hearing Center. We offer an array of rechargeable hearing aids, which reduce costs and environmental carbon footprints.Learn More
ReSound Hearing Products
Resound offers a variety of products, including hearing aids, wireless accessories and apps for hearing loss that work together effortlessly. The proprietary ReSound technology provides for unique apps and user engagement for a fun lifestyle enhancement.Learn More
Starkey Hearing Aids
Known as one of the most popular brands and a world leader in delivering advanced and unique solutions, Starkey also offers an array of hearing loss solutions and devices suitable for individuals with varying types and degrees of hearing loss.Learn More
Unitron Hearing Aids
With hearing aids that offer the most clarity in sound and devices that offer the most advanced technology on the market, Unitron’s hearing aids provide an additional edge for individuals with varying degrees of hearing loss.Learn More
Widex Hearing Aids
Widex consistently prides itself on creating hearing aids designed to work, perform and sound as close to as perfect as possible. Widex has rated as the top consumer choice in hearing aids for decades and offers devices for individuals with hearing loss of all types and degrees.Learn More