Hearing Aids from Beltone
Beltone hearing aids bring you the latest digital technology, and fit just about any lifestyle and hearing loss. Beltone hearing aids are known for their cosmetic appeal and innovation. The design of the hearing aid's outer shell contributes to its overall look. Our most popular shell styles include:
The hearing aid's inner circuitry provides the advanced features that make Beltone instruments so easy
to customize to your lifestyle and hearing care needs. Our wide range of inner circuits includes our brand new Beltone True™, as well as, Reach™, Beltone Touch 17™, One™, Identity™, Beltone Touch 9™, Change™, Access™, EDGE™, Turn™ and Mira.
Beltone Patient Satisfaction
The "Beltone Experience" revolves around your satisfaction with both our service and our hearing aids. With 70 years as a leader in the industry, 1500 locations, highly trained hearing care professionals and friendly service, it's easy to see why Beltone has a 95% patient satisfaction rating, and is the most trusted hearing care brand among adults 50+.
Hearing Testing—Are Hearing Aids Right For You?
Your hearing health is critical to your overall health. Just as you make time for regular eye exams,
dental check-ups, blood pressure and cholesterol screenings, it is important to schedule an annual hearing test—whether or not you're considering hearing aids.
Beltone offers comprehensive audiometric evaluations to determine your ideal hearing aid:
•Personalized Hearing Health Assessment lifestyle consultations
•Visual ear examinations using a video otoscope
•Testing to determine your ability to respond to sounds and repeat spoken words
Should you have a hearing loss that can be corrected with hearing aids - as occurs 90% of the time – we offer advanced digital hearing instruments that offer clear, comfortable hearing, a virtually invisible appearance and prices to fit your budget.
Follow-up Care for You and Your Hearing Aids
All Beltone hearing aids come with the exclusive BelCare™ commitment - one of the most comprehensive aftercare programs available. From your first hearing screening through all the years you own your Beltone hearing aids, BelCare™ assures you a lifetime of attention at any one of Beltone's participating hearing care centers nationwide. No other company offers the same level of commitment.
Today's Hearing Aids
We've all heard the phrase good things come in small packages, and today's hearing aids are no exception. Twenty-first century hearing aids are so small, they're virtually undetectable when worn. In fact, a pair of hearing aids can sit on a fingertip.
The tiny size of modern hearing instruments is deceiving-their ability to simulate natural hearing in numerous environments makes them true technological giants.
As with many electronic devices on the market today-from smart phones to lap-top computers-hearing aids utilize sophisticated microprocessor technology. Miniature computer chips use advanced algorithms to automatically adjust sound as wearers move through the day. By acting more like human ears, hearing aids allow people to enjoy a comfortable listening experience wherever they go.
In fact, progress has been so impressive in recent years, first-time hearing aid wearers report a satisfaction rating exceeding 90%. That's significant because in the vast majority of hearing loss cases, hearing aids are the only available remedy.
Hearing Aids-A Brief Anatomy
Hearing aids are small, lightweight electronic devices that sit in the outer ear, within the ear canal, or behind the ear. Their main function is to amplify sound in a natural and comfortable way.
The physical components that make up most hearing aids include one or more microphones to gather sound, an amplifier designed to process a wide range of sounds, a receiver or speaker that transmits the sound signal from the amplifier to the ear, and a battery to fuel the process.
The most advanced hearing aids are protected from the effects of daily wear by a microscopic coating that's molecularly bonded to the inner circuitry and outer casing. This increases the life and performance of hearing aids, and also reduces maintenance.
The delicate inner workings of custom hearing aids are contained in coverings known as shells. Shells come in a variety of shapes, styles and colors to better fit the user's hearing loss, daily routine and cosmetic needs.
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