At Tustin Hearing Center our Doctors of Audiology have had the advantage of working with the new hearing technology in the hearing aid industry over the last several months, and we’re proud to tell you they are making a difference in the hearing and lives of our patients. Our Audiologists have the ability to hand select the best technology, and only work with the top hearing aid manufacturers and most advanced and effective hearing aids available! These top manufacturers include Oticon, Widex, Starkey, Resound, and Phonak! Hearing aids today are digital, wireless, rechargeable and discreet. Some are even invisible – such as Phonak’s Lyric hearing aid.
May 17, 2017 Hearing Aids
Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries have been available from a few manufacturers for several years. Now, several manufacturers have released improved rechargeable solutions.
May 10, 2017 Hearing Aids
“Warning, battery low.” This is a very well-known phrase all hearing aid users are accustomed to hearing when their battery is within its last few minutes of life. Now, the big question for many is, “How can I make my batteries last longer?” Here at THC we know that batteries play an important role for better hearing, so we have a few friendly tips to prolong the life of your battery.
INTRODUCING Widex BEYOND, a new hearing aid that allows you to “design your own hearing”, and live life to the fullest. BEYOND gives you incredibly advanced overall sound quality. The exclusive True Input Technology optimizes sound based on your environment so you don’t have to find the most ideal listening conditions—they’re created for you no matter where you are.* With the personalized BEYOND app, you can adjust sound settings and listening preferences, use personal pictures and even create sound templates for specific listening situations – such as being at a restaurant or with family and friends.
Once upon a time, before people knew any better, it was thought that hearing loss was simply part of growing older – something not worth doing much about. It turns out that is wrong. Although hearing loss is common as we get older, it should not be considered a normal part of aging. Hearing loss is a much bigger deal than we ever imagined, and we need to take it seriously. As one of the most common chronic health conditions in the United States today (the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease), hearing loss affects baby boomers, Generation Xers and every other age group, and, when left unaddressed, hearing loss affects just about every aspect of a person’s life.