Doctors Hearing Care aims to deliver audiology and hearing healthcare for all ages. Our Doctors of Audiology have attained the highest degree possible for a hearing healthcare provider. Through accurate evaluation and diagnostics, we can cater to your hearing needs with the best technology to match your specific hearing requirements.
Hearing Aid Brands/Manufacturers
Hearing aids are considered to be an investment, hence, choosing the right one entails thorough decision-making and weighing of pros and cons. Doctors Hearing Care is an authorized provider of major hearing aid brands known for their world-class performance and updated hearing solutions.
Phonak Hearing Aids
Phonak continuously strives to create the best technology possible to help people with difficult hearing situations. This includes technologies like Binaural VoiceStream™, Roger wireless technology, and AutoSense OS. Phonak is known for creating top-quality hearing aids and is widely known in over 100 countries. They are always at the forefront of new developments in hearing aid technology.
Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon has been expanding its portfolio of life-changing solutions. All of Oticon’s hearing solutions are designed to provide access to the full sound scene. This allows the brain to work in a more natural way. Oticon hearing aids provide different levels of support to meet the needs of people with hearing loss.
Resound Hearing Aids
ReSound has been a pioneer in creating innovative hearing solutions. These solutions make it easier and more comfortable than ever before to access personalized sound that suits your lifestyle. Hearing aid technology has come a long way from the big, bulky devices of the past. ReSound offers a full line of premium hearing aids that deliver clear, distortion-free sound, and direct streaming from smart devices.
Custom Ear Molds For Hearing Protection
Custom ear molds are made to fit the ears snugly, providing a tight yet comfortable fit. They can be used for hearing protection or to improve the fit of hearing aids.
As the name implies, custom ear molds are made from a mold of the ear, so they will fit the ears perfectly. Custom ear molds can be used for hearing protection, to improve the fit of your hearing aids, or to make custom earplugs.
What are custom ear molds made of?
Earmolds are made from a variety of materials, including silicone, vinyl, and acrylic. They can be soft or firm, and they come in a variety of colors. The type of material used for your earmolds will depend on your individual needs. We will help you choose the right type of earmolds for your needs.
Custom Ear Protection
There are various types of hearing protection available, including earplugs, earmuffs, and custom earmolds. Hearing protection is highly essential for anyone who is exposed to loud noise, whether it’s from work, leisure activities, or exposure to loud music.
Regardless of age, hearing protection is important. Using hearing protection can help prevent hearing loss and tinnitus.
Custom Ear Molds for Musicians
Musicians typically use custom earplugs to protect their hearing. However, custom earmolds can also be used to improve the fit of in-ear monitors that musicians use on a regular basis.
Custom earmolds for musicians are made from a mold of the ear and are designed to fit snugly to provide a tight seal in the ears. They can be made from a variety of materials, including silicone, vinyl, and acrylic.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are devices that amplify sound and improve overall hearing. ALDs can be used in a variety of settings, including classrooms, terminals, theaters, places of worship, and workplaces.
There are various types of ALDs available, including personal amplifiers, FM systems, telecoils, and induction loop systems.
Can ALDs be used without hearing aids?
ALDs can be used with or without hearing aids. They can be used in one ear or both ears.
What is the most commonly used assistive listening device?
Hearing loops are the most user-friendly option for people with hearing aids. People prefer them because they are simple, discreet, and effective. People just need to switch their devices to the telecoil program to get clear sound directly to their ears.
How do I choose the right ALD for me?
There are many factors to consider when choosing an ALD, including your hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. Audiologists at Doctors Hearing Care can help you choose the right ALD for your needs.