Treating Hearing Loss
Hearing loss is very treatable
The good news about hearing loss is that for most people it’s absolutely treatable. Today’s hearing aids help with most types and degrees of hearing loss — enabling people with hearing loss to hear better in virtually every situation.
Don’t put off getting treatment
Experts also recommend you treat hearing loss sooner rather than later. Not only is untreated hearing loss linked to numerous physical and mental health risks as we age, the longer we live with impaired hearing, the longer and harder it will be to recover the sounds we’ve been missing and get acclimated once treatment starts.
Today’s hearing aids are technological wonders
Today, more than ever, the best treatment for hearing loss is hearing aids. Even people with profound hearing loss can be helped.
Like all high-tech devices, hearing aids keep getting smaller and smarter. Faster processing speeds, sophisticated microtechnology, and advanced research and development have combined to deliver:
- Superior sound quality — The ability to distinguish speech from noise, detect direction, and do it all automatically, enable the best hearing aids to convert and amplify sounds more accurately and naturally than ever before.
- Effortless connectivity — There’s no reason to miss out on anything anymore thanks to your hearing aids’ ability to wirelessly connect to and stream from your TV, computer and smartphone.
- Exceptional ease of use — No matter what you do or where you go, today’s hearing aids can adapt automatically with little fuss, attention or manual adjustments required. And rechargeable hearing aids mean you can go all day on a single overnight charge (and never deal with hearing aid batteries again).