For a person who is hearing impaired there are so many choices if they are going to get a hearing device. You can get aids that just go in the ear or ones that fit inside the ear canal completely. One would expect these types to be the most popular for cosmetic reasons. Today the most common of hearing aids to be used are behind the ear hearing aids.
Audiologist and hearing aid dispensers in most states are licensed by the state to sell hearing aids. In most states you can not fit and sell hearing aids without a license.
In-the-nano hearing aids have no tubes to detach and clean, you should clean the aid with a dry soft cloth or tissue. Do not use any liquid on the hearing aid as it may damage it, only use the cloth.
Programmable, open fit with directional microphone. When you go to an audiologist to have your hearing assessed, they can tell you a number of things which should be programmed into the corrective device you eventually start wearing. This type of device can be programmed specially for you, making it basically custom-made. They also come with double microphones, offering the type of sound you would hear on a stereo.
Hearing aid wholesalers offer discounts on popular, high quality models. You can even find digital models that are drastically reduced from their regular retail prices.
But these aids are a lot less expensive than the other choices that are on the market. The design is simple and they are not as big as they once use to be. The outer shell is built to last and will have a tube that will be connected into the ear. Plus you have the ear mold that is the part that will help hold the aid to the ear.
The last three hearing aids for sale are Audio D Simplicity, GN Re Sound Advance and Songbird Disposable. D Simplicity costs $300 used for mild hearing loss. GN Re Sound costs $500 it’s good for mild to moderate loss. Songbird Disposable is the first disposable hearing aid. It costs $40 a piece lasting 40 days. This device is good for mild to moderate hearing loss.
The FDA requires that manufacturers provide a 30 day trial period for all hearing aids, so take advantage of it. Ensure your loved one uses the hearing aid for more than a few days, especially since there’s no risk involved. It can be returned for up to 30 days. Being an effective “matchmaker” does take time. But it’s time well spent.