Oticon Hearing AidsBy Frankie Goodman 09th July 2020 Always Hear
Oticon is the flagship brand of Demant A/S of Denmark. Demant is the world’s second largest hearing aid manufacturer. It was founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, whose wife had hearing loss. In 2016, with the introduction of its Made-for-iPhone Opn hearing aids, Oticon delivered what it called the first wireless “internet-connected hearing aids” along with advances in sound processing for better hearing.
Oticon hearing aids are premium in quality, they are programmed by an audiologist based on the results of your hearing test. Oticon hearing aids are available in a wide range of styles. Whether you want an invisible in-the-ear hearing aid, or feel more comfortable with a behind-the-ear, the choice is yours.
Oticon’s Opn and Opn S lead a comprehensive family of Oticon hearing devices with a broad range of hearing aid features and a choice of models for people of all ages. And they serve the entire spectrum of hearing loss, ranging from mild to profound. They come in various forms, with tailored solutions for first-time users and children, for older adults, and for people with severe-to-profound hearing loss. Solutions also include Made-for-iPhone hearing aids, Bluetooth streaming accessories, rechargeable hearing aids offering a full day of battery life on a single charge, and smartphone control apps.
Oticon hearing aids can also play relief sounds that help reduce the impact of tinnitus. Adding background sounds to everyday life such as white noise or ocean sounds can reduce the impact of tinnitus. With Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport technology, users can get a range of customisable sounds that give the relief needed.
Hearing aids can last anywhere from three years to seven — for some people, even longer. Variables affecting this lifespan include how well the instrument is built, how well it’s maintained, and how much wear and tear it experiences being worn in your ear for many hours a day.
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