We carry a variety of hearing aids to help you hear your best.
Hearing Aids at Best Life Hearing Center
Hearing aids have advanced immensely over the years. At Best Life Hearing Center, we carry hearing aids from each of the leading manufacturers, to give you more options. We understand how important hearing is to you, that’s why we stay up-to-date on the latest hearing technology. Because we are a private practice we have the ability to work with any manufacturer we want to. We sell hearing aids from Oticon, ReSound, Signia, Starkey, Widex, Phonak, and Unitron. Working with the leading hearing aid manufacturers allows us to carry more devices and have a better chance of fitting you with the best device for your individual needs.
Finding the Right Hearing Aid
With so many options available today it can feel overwhelming deciding which hearing aids will be the best fit for you. At Best Life Hearing Center, we’ll be with you through every step of the selection process. Based on your degree of hearing loss, the types of environments you’re in most, and your dexterity, we will make a recommendation on what hearing aid we believe will be best for you. Our audiologist stays up-to-date with the latest hearing aid technology to better help you find the best device for your unique hearing needs.
Adjusting to Hearing Aids
If you’re a first time hearing aid wearer, then the adjustment process can take some time. Just as your hearing didn’t deteriorate overnight, it will take some time for you to adjust to hearing sounds again. Hearing sounds again can seem overwhelming, that’s why we gradually adjust the amplification of your devices so you can get used to hearing again. We want you to be comfortable with your hearing aids, that’s why we help you through the adjustment period and offer our support.
The best way to adjust to your hearing aids is to wear them as much as possible. The more often you wear your hearing aids then the quicker you will adjust to hearing sounds again. Hearing loss doesn’t only affect your ears, it also affects your brain. When you can’t hear well due to hearing loss, your brain doesn’t process sounds into information, resulting in cognitive decline. This means your brain needs to adjust to hearing sounds and processing them again. It’s important to be patient and continue wearing your devices on a regular basis.
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