Hearing Aids in Hudson, Florida
Types of Hearing Aids
Invisible in-the-Canal (IIC)
Bluetooth Hearing Aids
Like almost every other device in your modern life, Bluetooth has made hearing aids exponentially more useful. Today, we can simply connect our hearing aids directly to our devices to stream media or take phone calls. Instead of having to worry about dexterity to use a small hearing aid with multiple programs, we can act as administrators of our hearing aids by using an app.
In addition to controlling your programming and switching effortlessly between listening settings, smartphone apps also help you to monitor your hearing health. These apps also allow for easier access to your provider through the use of Telehealth. Patients are able to request programming adjustments to their hearing aids through the app and conduct virtual visits which eliminates the need for some previously required office visits
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now helping us turn the corner into an entirely new evolution of hearing aids. Hearing aids with this technology don’t even require you to monitor the settings of your hearing aids, but instead can intuitively read the scenario and provide the most enhanced sound possible.