This will make it easier than ever to communicate and give you greater convenience!

ON AIR: What’s New with Hearing Aid Technology in 2022?

by | Sep 15, 2022 | Hearing Aids, Patient Resources, Radio Show, Technology

Hearing aid technology is always evolving and changing as advances in technology are made.

In this episode, I talk about the most recent advances being made with hearing aids and what we can expect in the future. Tune in now!

 

Never without a Charge

Most, if not all, hearing aids are now rechargeable. For the last several years, hearing aids have been manufactured with lithium-ion batteries that allow them to last for a full 24 hours.

Older batteries used to only last 10 or 12 hours, which was substantial, but these new devices allow for a full day of wear.

Simply place your hearing aids in their charger while you sleep, and simply wake up in the morning and put them in. That’s it!

The rechargeable nature of new hearing aids is a game changer for convenience and is truly transforming lives.

Always Connected

Bluetooth connectivity is another feature that has been introduced in the last several years. You are able to be fully hands-free by connecting to your iPhone or Android device.

Another feature that is giving people greater ease of use is that you can accept phone calls through your hearing aid device.

But not only will you be able to hear the phone conversation through your hearing aid, they are now also integrating a microphone into the hearing aids. This means that you will not need to have your phone out at all when talking.

This will make it easier than ever to communicate and give you greater convenience!

When you visit our office, we will take care of your hearing healthcare completely. Beginning with a comprehensive hearing exam, we will be able to determine, with your input, the best course of care that is custom-made for you.

If we determine that hearing aids will help you hear better, we have many options available to choose from, as we partner with all of the major hearing aid manufacturers, including Phonak, Oticon, and ReSound. You will be able to choose the right device for your lifestyle and preferences.

Not only will we help you select the right device for you, but we will also be with you every step of the way to make sure you are getting the most out of your devices’ features and that your hearing aids remain in tip-top shape. We provide hearing aid maintenance in office and have experts on hand to help you at any time.

If you are curious about what hearing aid would be best for you, don’t hesitate to call us at Audiology Associates to schedule an appointment at (410) 944-3100 to get your hearing tested.

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Dr. Melissa Segev Au.D, F.A.A.A.

Dr. Segev, co-owner of Audiology Associates, proudly represents the values of excellent patient care upon which her practice was established in 1977. She understands that to properly treat the patient, excellent state-of-the-art medical testing is required along with acute listening and understanding of the patient’s perceptions of how they are feeling and what their needs might be.

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