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Our Recommendations

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Patients often wonder which is the best hearing aid for them. In an attempt to make that decision easier, we make our hearing aid recommendations based on our patients’ past hearing aid experiences, their lifestyle and their budget. Below are three common lifestyle characteristics and resulting recommendations based on our experience helping over 2000 patients since 1996.

ON THE GO ACTIVE LIFE OF LEISURE

ON THE GO

  • You frequently find yourself in group meetings, both social and business.
  • You frequently attend restaurants, movies, concerts, symphonies, church, etc. and find it difficult to hear in these environments.
  • You frequently participate in recreational outdoor activities.
  • Your job demands require critical listening and communication.
  • You are retired, but more active than ever…always on the go!
  • You are a previous hearing aid user looking for the best technology available.
  • You settle for nothing but the best in anything you buy.

 

OUR RECOMMENDATION

 

ACTIVE

  • You are in occasional group settings, including meetings & restaurants.
  • You have some critical demands in your job.
  • You enjoy watching television, but it’s frustrating when you miss conversation.
  • You enjoy attending church, but it’s becoming difficult hearing the sermons.
  • It is becoming difficult for you to hear your friends, family and grandchildren.
  • You’re retired and active, but not out traveling the world.
  • You want the most “bang for the buck” in today’s hearing aid technology.
  • You want your next pair of hearing aids to be better and easy to use.

 

OUR RECOMMENDATION

 

LIFE OF LEISURE

  • You are infrequently in group settings and only eat out in restaurants a few times a week.
  • You enjoy watching television, but it’s frustrating when you miss conversation.
  • You’re retired and enjoy spending the majority of your time at home in quiet environments.
  • It is becoming difficult for you to hear your friends, family and grandchildren.

 

OUR RECOMMENDATION