What are the different types of hearing aids?
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Hearing Aid Features
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Many who want to save time, ongoing costs, and the environment will want to consider rechargeable hearing aids, one of the latest innovations in hearing aid technology. Rechargeable hearing aids are designed to provide power to last all day long. Simply place your hearing aids into the charger at night and wake up to fully charged hearing aids.
For the life of your hearing aid, only one rechargeable battery is needed, and you no longer have to take inconvenient trips to the drugstore to stock up on batteries.
For some time, Bluetooth has been part of the world of hearing aids, but to take advantage, you needed to use a separate device to connect the hearing aid to your smartphone. Not anymore!
Hearing aids featuring direct Bluetooth connectivity have revolutionized the industry in recent years. These 'Made for iPhone' and 'Made for any phone' hearing aids allow you to connect your smartphones directly via Bluetooth to your hearing aids, allowing you to call friends and watch your favorite shows without removing your hearing aids.
Telecare allows you to see, hear, and have an in-depth conversation with one of our hearing professionals, just like a regular office visit. With some hearing aid models, remote programming is also available.
No matter if you live five or five hundred miles away, our telecare services ensure you the same care as you would receive if you visited our office in person.
Nobody could have expected the magnitude of COVID-19's effect on our healthcare system and way of life. Whether you're sheltering in place or have difficulty visiting us in person, our telehealth services are here for you.