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Hearing Aid Levels

PREMIUM LEVEL HEARING AIDS
PREMIUM LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Shelly Caldwell

Barbara's hearing loss is very modest, but she does enjoy going to the symphony, enjoys social engagements and is a professor at the University. A Premium Level hearing aid would be best suited for Barbara. Read More

 
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL HEARING AIDS
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Shelly Caldwell

Julie spends most of her time at home with her kids but enjoys shopping and the occasional game of bridge. For her level of activity and noise exposure, a Standard Level hearing aid would make the most sense. Read More

 
ESSENTIAL LEVEL HEARING AIDS
ESSENTIAL LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Shelly Caldwell

Louise is an avid reader and enjoys a quiet, stay-at-home life. Her hearing loss is not severe and her environment does not require sophisticated technology. She also has a limited income. We may recommend an Essential Level Hearing Aid for Louise. Read More

 
ADVANCED LEVEL HEARING AIDS
ADVANCED LEVEL HEARING AIDS
Shelly Caldwell

Karl is a retired professional. During recent years his hearing loss has become a distraction to him and his family. He remains very active and enjoys playing with his grandchildren. An Advanced Level hearing aid is probably the best solution for Karl. Read More

 

Hearing aids can greatly improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss as well as their family, friends, and associates. Once corrected, patients with hearing loss can more effectively engage in conversations both professionally and socially. This greatly reduces the stresses a hearing loss causes. Research has shown that an untreated hearing impairment can result in withdrawal from social activities and cognitive decline. Use of a hearing aid also reduces the stress family and friends and coworkers experience.

Life is made up of social interaction, both big and small. Miscommunication leads to difficulties for the person experiencing hearing loss and those around them. Don’t let poor hearing cause you to miss out life’s many special moments. Explore how a digital hearing instrument can impact your life.

Hearing aids come in four general technology levels: Premium, Advanced, Intermediate, and Essential. Selecting the proper hearing aid greatly depends on your lifestyle and, to a lesser degree, the actual loss. Are you active professionally and socially? What activities do you enjoy? Are you in challenging environments? We take this information along with evaluation results to guide you through the selection process to insure you get the hearing aid that best matches your needs and budget.

Hearing Specialty Group will recommend the right level of hearing aid based on your hearing loss, listening environment and budget. Call us today to schedule your appointment.