Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon developed and distributed electric Acousticon devices (hearing aids) in 1904, making it one of the oldest hearing aid manufacturers.

After going global in 1965, Oticon continued to have a growing impact on the hearing care industry by producing the world’s first in-the-ear (ITE) hearing device in 1977 and developing its first digital device in 1996.

In its second century, Oticon researchers have focused on an innovative concept they call Brain Hearing, developing Life Changing Technologies focused on supporting how the brain processes sound signals and providing it with the assistance it needs to do so.

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Oticon’s Hearing Technology Solutions

Oticon’s Opn design solution increased the capacity of hearing aid wearers to distinguish multiple speakers within a noisy environment.

Its Tinnitus SoundSupport feature, coupled with the streaming capabilities of the device, transmits white noise and other sound masking sounds used to help bring auditory relief to those struggling with tinnitus.

ConnectClip is Oticon’s answer to providing internet connectivity and streaming solutions from digital devices directly to your hearing aids using the IFTTT (If This Then That) Network.

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Improved Patient Fitting And Support With Genie

Oticon’s fitting and counseling tool, Genie, makes it easier for your hearing care provider to fit your device, as well as facilitates ongoing counseling and support from your hearing aid specialist without the necessity of an in-office appointment.

Hearing Care Focused On You, Not Your Hearing Aids

Advanced hearing technology solutions, like those available from Oticon, are incredible tools we use to help you achieve better hearing, but Audiology Associates’ primary focus continues to be on the personalized hearing care our doctors of audiology provide.

In addition to providing comprehensive hearing assessments that accurately identify your hearing challenges so we can help you choose the hearing instrument best suited to meet your needs, we also provide ongoing technical support, maintenance, and hearing aid repair of Oticon, Phonak, Signia, and many other major hearing aid brands.

Let us meet your unique hearing care needs with the most advanced hearing aid technology and personalized care available in Maryland and the DC area.

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Sometimes your lifestyle, hobbies or occupation can expose you to damaging levels of noise on a regular basis. While we all wear sunscreen during the hot summers, often our ears get overlooked.

If you or a loved one is worried about your hearing, then the first step is to fill out our ‘Request a Callback’ form to discuss the options we have available.

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