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How to choose a hearing aid?

Are you looking for a hearing aid? Do you want to know how to choose it? Stay, and in this article, you will learn all the details to take into account, before choosing the one that best suits your needs.

Facts to know before deciding on a hearing aid

It would be perfect to talk to the Hearing Care Professionals at our Hearing Centres in Alicante, Calpe or Torrevieja. They will help you assess which ones are best suited to your needs, as there are several factors to take into account. It is best to seek the advice of a qualified and experienced prosthetic audiologist.

It will start with a hearing test, to measure the real need and assess the hearing loss, before going on to select the appropriate hearing aid.

Noise reduction

Ideally, choose a hearing aid with noise reduction, as these help the user to adapt and hear better in noisy situations. These hearing aids reduce the volume of loud background noises, allowing the user to focus on hearing the most important sounds, such as a conversation.

Not all hearing aids have this function, and even if they do, they vary depending on the model, which reduces noise to a greater or lesser extent.

Noise in feedback

Sometimes, feedback in a hearing aid results in a loud and annoying sound. These can occur if the sound coming from the loudspeaker of the device enters the microphone of the hearing aid and amplifies it again. This, when it happens, is called feedback. Some time ago, patients wearing hearing aids had to put up with these noises. But now, with more modern models, they have been considerably improved.

Rechargeable hearing aids

Charging hearing aids at night makes them easier to maintain and it is also much more convenient not to have to replace batteries regularly, as some hearing aids today offer this advantage by having rechargeable batteries.

If the patient is looking for a hearing aid and is less mobile, we always recommend these hearing aids, as the benefit is immediate, avoiding the hassle of changing batteries.

360º hearing aids

Technology has advanced so much in the last decade that new types of hearing aids have come along to revolutionise the way hearing aids work. Instead of picking up sounds in the direction we are facing, they offer a 360° sound environment, helping to reduce the strain on the brain to listen, thus improving fatigue.

We recommend that you speak to your trusted audiologist at our Hearing Centre in Alicante, Calpe or Torrevieja, who will provide you with all the information you need to make the right decision.

Depending on your hearing loss, types of hearing aids.

Ideally, if you have a suspicion that you are not hearing correctly and are looking for a hearing aid, you should ask for a hearing test in Alicante, Calpe or Torrevieja. Although you can do it online to get an idea of how you hear at the moment. This test will reveal the severity of your hearing loss and our audiologists will be able to give you better advice.

Do not hesitate to contact us to arrange an appointment, as we have offices in Alicante, Calpe and Torrevieja. The hearing test lasts approximately one hour, and you can ask our technicians anything you need. or even try out some of the latest technologies.

Arrange a free hearing test at our Hearing Centres in Calpe, Alicante or Torrevieja.

Bluetooth connection to any device.

Choosing a Bluetooth headset is ideal for connecting to your Smart TV so you can listen to it directly on your device. This is because you receive the sound directly into your hearing aid and it is easier to hear.

You may also be able to connect the headset to other Bluetooth enabled devices, such as smartphones or players.

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