Hearing Aid Information

In their simplest form, hearing aids are electronic devices that pick up and amplify sounds. Sounds that you normally wouldn’t hear are increase in the volumes so you hear in the better. Hearing aids so much more than amplify sound. The sophisticated circuitry is programmed by our Audiologist or Hearing Care Professional to meet your unique hearing loss, and our high-tech features are selected based on your lifestyle. Sounds good offers State-of-the-art hearing instruments that not only improve your hearing, but helps you get your life back.

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Types Of Hearing Aids

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

In-The-Ear (ITE)

In-The-Canal (ITC)

Completely-In-Canal (CIC)

Invisible-Hearing-Aids (IIC)

How To Know Hearing Aids Will Work Me

Consumer who buy hearing aids entitle to the trial period, usually 30 days from the ear fitting. During this period, your Audiologits or Hearing care professional will work with you to ensure your completed satisfaction. You will have follow up visits to fine tune your instrument, and if necessary, any changed to the style or circuitry can be made. Many of the hearing aids produced today use wireless technology. This allows two hearing aids to operate together as one complete system, instead of acting as two independent devices. This action mimics the way two properly functioning ears work with the brain to process sound. Additionally, wireless technology gives hearing aid wearers a greater ability to customize their experience and program their devices.
FEATURES OF HEARING AID
Hearing aids are such  personalized marvels of technology, not every brand, style or technology  level of hearing aid is suited for everyone. Even two people with the  same hearing loss may end up with different hearing aids based on other  selection criteria. This can make comparing and reviewing hearing aids  difficult. It’s best to talk to your hearing healthcare provider about  what options and features are ideal for you.
BASIC MID-RANGE PREMIUM
₹ 20K – 40K ₹ 50K – 150K ₹ 150K – 250K
Easy-to-use buttons or dials
Discreet Design
Easy to adjust
For mild to severe hearing loss
Cosmetic and Listening advantages
Used for adults

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Rechargeable hearing aids have built-in batteries that do not require regular removal, unlike hearing aids with traditional disposable batteries. Instead of removing the batteries themselves, you dock your hearing aids each night on a charging unit, similar to how smartphones recharge. Most rechargeable hearing aids are best-suited for people with degrees of hearing loss ranging from mild to moderate. However, rechargeable “power” hearing aids for people with severe to profound hearing loss are available from some brands.

How To Know Hearing Aids Will Work Me

Modern hearing aid technology advances quickly with new innovations from major manufacturers each year. Most manufacturers group their products into categories based on features and capabilities, similar to how an automobile maker might categorize its vehicles.

Nearly all modern hearing aids are digital and require professional fitting and programming by a hearing care practitioner.

These hearing aids offer for greater flexibility than previous hearing aid generations because the programmer can set them to amplify precisely the frequencies needed for each individual.

As the level of technology increases from basic to advanced, hearing aid features become more automatic and more dynamic to adjust quickly to any listening situation. Some hearing aids today even have user-centered features like voice prompts for low battery and program changes.

FAQ - Hearing Aid

Is it OK for me to sleep in my hearing aids?

When going to bed for the night, you should remove your hearing aids and open the battery door to help conserve battery life.

How do I turn my hearing aid on and off?

To turn the hearing aid off, open the battery door. It is not necessary, but not harmful, to remove the battery completely from the hearing aid.

Which professions carry a risk of hearing loss?

Some of the occupations at risk of causing hearing loss include: tradesmen, factory workers, firefighters, police officers, farmers, construction workers, military personnel, heavy industry workers, musicians, and other entertainment professionals.

How often should I clean my hearing aids?

Cleaning your hearing aids more frequently will help keep them in the best condition possible. Cleaning them once every morning before you put them on is generally a good practice.

Will hearing aids restore my hearing?

No hearing aid can restore your hearing to normal. However, Siemens hearing aids will let you to hear soft sounds that you couldn’t hear before. Your hearing aids will also help you better understand speech.