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So, you’ve finally decided to make the appointment to meet with an audiologist. Your results show that you do, in fact, have some hearing loss. It was discussed with your audiologist that a hearing aid might be right for you. Fret not, hearing loss isn’t as uncommon as you think.
Almost 40 million Americans suffer some form of hearing loss. For many, a hearing aid is the best option. How do you decide which hearing aid is best for you? Luckily, Beltone offers a variety of different hearing aids that will suit your needs.
Hearing aids can be divided into two main groups: in the ear (ITE) and behind-the-ear (BTE). Each one comes in different styles and sizes.
Through the advancements in technology, our Beltone hearing aids do more than just let you hear your surroundings. We have developed them to work with the technology we use each and every day.
Beltone offers a hearing app that can remotely control the settings to your hearing aids, giving you exceptional sound quality, no matter where you are.
With Bluetooth connectivity, phone conversations are now easier than ever.
If you pair up your phone with a Beltone Bluetooth compatible hearing aid, you can have the phone audio sent directly to your hearing aid.
Keeping the hearing aid clean and sanitary is easier than ever before. All of our hearing aids have a special coating on them called HPF80 Nanoblock, this helps reduce the need for and the additional cost of professional cleaning repairs.
Give us a call today to schedule a FREE hearing screening at 1-800-BELTONE if you’re experiencing any signs of hearing loss.