Oticon Hearing Aids

Almost 120 years ago, Hans Demant, desiring to help his wife Camilla live a better life, unhindered by her hearing loss, provided her with the help she needed with the world’s first electronic hearing aids, establishing the foundation for Oticon hearing aids.

From the starting point of caring, Oticon has worked tirelessly toward the vision of a world in which hearing loss poses no limitations. Innovative life-changing technologies that challenge conventions are at the forefront of Oticon’s efforts to continue providing support to those with hearing challenges as a leader in cutting-edge technology.

Never compromising on quality, Oticon’s reputation for providing the best sound quality, reliability, and ease of use is well known throughout the world.

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Oticon’s Sound Processing

The 21st century innovations of Oticon are centered around designing and producing hearing aid technology capable of supporting how the brain processes sound and speech in order to distinguish meaning rather than just amplifying sound, a concept they call Brain Hearing.

Oticon hearing aids come with sound detectors that monitor changes in the acoustic environment with 56,000 measurements per second and an increased memory capacity. Sound signal processing algorithms provide proactive feedback management with AI drives sound navigation technology, allowing their device wearers to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment.

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Features of Oticon Hearing Aids

Through the combination of micro-digital and nano-digital technology innovations, Oticon manufactures increasingly smaller, lighter, and more discreet hearing devices with features such as:

  • Two communication systems operate in one hearing aid. One between hearing aids, improving spatial awareness, and the other for wireless communication with external digital devices using low battery consumption, like your smartphone or TV.
  • Their Bluetooth® compatible hearing aids include an integrated sound generator with broadband sounds and ocean-like sounds that can be personalized to meet the specific needs of those with tinnitus.
  • A variety of preprogrammed sound environments and preferences can be personalized by the user.
  • Clear, transparent sound quality and speech details, through sound preservation technology, enhance your capacity to understand speech in soft to loud noise with less effort, even when multiple speakers are competing for your attention.
  • Expanded input dynamic range allows you to enjoy better sound quality without distortion even in challenging listening environments.
  • The Genie app provides fitting and counseling tools to assist your hearing care provider with fitting and facilitates ongoing counseling and support no matter where you are.

Patient-Focused Hearing Care at Upstate Hearing

Oticon hearing aids are one of the advanced technology solutions used by our audiologists at Upstate Hearing Aid Center, but no device, no matter how advanced, will replace you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

Beginning with highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessments to identify your specific hearing challenges, our doctors of audiology are able to guide you through the process of selecting the hearing aid that addresses your specific hearing needs as well as take your personal preferences and budget parameters into account.

Fitting you with advanced hearing aid technology from brand name manufacturers, such as Oticon, Phonak, ReSound, and more, is just the beginning of the ongoing counseling, technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair necessary to help you hear better as well as enjoy an active, independent lifestyle.

If you or a loved one is struggling with a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing aid technicians, submit the adjacent form in order to contact the most trusted hearing care clinic in Upstate South Carolina.

Schedule A Diagnostic Hearing Evaluation

Just knowing whether or not you’re experiencing hearing loss does not provide you with enough answers to determine the best treatment to restore hearing loss or prevent further damage to your hearing.

Our diagnostic hearing evaluation will identify the type and severity of hearing loss so we can customize a better hearing care plan to address your hearing.

Take your first step on the journey to better hearing by scheduling a hearing assessment today.

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