Which Hearing Aid Brand Is the Best?
Buying hearing aids is not like buying an appliance or a car–there aren’t “most reliable” awards. The best pair of hearing aids for you will depend on the results of your hearing evaluation and an assessment of how you’ll want to use them. We’ll happily walk you through the options—just schedule an appointment to get started.
Once we determine whether hearing aids are a good fit for you, we’ll explore different styles and options from the top brands. Here are just a few of the most popular brands we carry.
Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon is a global leader in hearing science and technology. Oticon wants to ensure that customers are comfortable with their hearing aids so they can get back to enjoying an active lifestyle without interruptions. Each year the company honors their slogan to “put people first” by recognizing those with hearing loss who have positively impacted their local communities.
Signia Hearing Aids
Signia is a world-leader in hearing aid technology. They’ve developed and perfected countless hearing aids that have been clinically proven to work better than natural hearing. They operate in over 120 countries worldwide and provide millions of people with custom-fit hearing devices.
ReSound Hearing Aids
ReSound’s hearing aid styles for adults and children are some of the most varied on the market, including models that are among the smallest and most powerful available. In addition, the company offers sophisticated digital technology to meet the specific needs of military veterans and others with special hearing needs.
Engineered for world-class hearing enhancement, music and calls, Jabra Enhance™ Plus earbuds offer a hearing solution that combines the convenience and design of true wireless earbuds with advanced hearing technology to address the needs of millions of Americans with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
Optional Features and Accessories
Many hearing aids we offer come with optional features like directional microphones, listening programs and Bluetooth® compatibility as well as accessories to help with TV watching and hands-free cell phone connection. Assistive listening devices are available when hearing aids are not enough or not an option.