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Hearing device

Audiology

Hearing device

What is a Hearing Aid Device?

A hearing device is discrete apparel with a significant advantage.

The name speaks for itself, as these electro-acoustic devices assist the individual with improving their hearing by regulating sound that is amplified by the device. These devices come in a range of models and designs to specifically suit the individual and his or her hearing requirements. Dependant on the severity of the hearing loss, the individual can receive assistance through an in-ear or behind-the-ear device through to a bone-anchored prosthetic which is surgically implanted.

The Procedure

In order for these devices to function effectively, the prospective user will have to undergo a range of well-practiced tests, results of which are used to select the custom device suitable to bring the user’s hearing to an appropriate level.

Should I do it?

Nobody should have to suffer through life with hearing loss, especially if there is a solution at hand. In most cases, the great aspect of obtaining a hearing device is that it is not necessary for a full medical procedure or surgery, just a series of tests.