Hearing Health Blog

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Why Are Hearing Aids So Expensive?

Why are hearing aids so expensive? That’s a valid question and deserves a forthright answer! By the time a product reaches the market, there are many costs in engineering that went into…

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Athletes and Hearing Aids Working Together

  Kids and adults who wear hearing aids can enjoy their favorite sport, whether it’s a casual and laid back game of golf on a Sunday morning or a very…

Woman sitting on bike using hearing aid connected to her iPhone as she searches on her phone.

Hearing Aids and Smart Phone Connectivity

In today’s world of technology, it seems that smartphones rule the roost. Everyone is continually looking forward to “what’s next?” Technology improvements are no different in the world of hearing aids. Digitally processing…

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Hearing Aid Financing Availability

When a patient comes to one of our offices inquiring about their hearing and new hearing aids, they generally have three questions. Do I have a hearing loss? If I…

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In-Ear Hearing Aid Variations

The presentation of hearing loss and an individual’s ear anatomy is as unique as their fingerprints. It’s this uniqueness that makes in-ear hearing aids a wonderful option for some people….

Digital Completely In Canal Hearing Aids

There are two main hearing aid styles: non-custom digital hearing aids and custom digital hearing aids. Of all available options, the digital completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid is the smallest and…

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Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Variations

Once a hearing test is completed and results showing the need for hearing aids are explained, the patient and the hearing healthcare professional will select a hearing aid style. There…

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Hearing Aids and Severe Hearing Loss

Your hearing specialist or audiologist will tell you, the most challenging cases are those suffering severe hearing loss. How well can hearing aids help when faced with the challenge of…

Women at a hearing exam getting tested by audiologist.

The Importance of Routine Hearing Healthcare Exams

Hearing health is an oft-overlooked aspect of our healthcare as a nation. It’s usually ignored in annual checkups at the doctor’s office and most people don’t have their hearing checked…

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Hearing Aid Style Guides

Find the perfect hearing aid for your lifestyle


With the industry’s fastest charger, your hearing aids will always be ready to go.

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Smartphone Compatible

Connect directly to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch or Android phone via the Thrive Hearing or TruLink app.

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Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

Small, discrete, and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time hearing aid wearers.

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Completely-In-Canal (CIC)

Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing shows outside of the ear canal.

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Invisible (IIC)

Hearing aids so tiny, no one will notice you’re wearing them.

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