Founded in 1943 by Dr. Rodney Perkins at Stanford University, ReSound offers a range of hearing aids to meet every unique budget, lifestyle, and type of hearing loss. By combining breakthroughs in technology with common sense design, they’ve become a favorite of patients and hearing healthcare professionals alike.
ReSound’s iSolate Nanotech™ coatings protect each hearing aid from moisture damage, and their unique microphone design works with your ear anatomy to provide clear sounds like never.
To learn more about the options available from ReSound, visit their website here.
Widex was established by two Danish families in 1956, and by 1995 they were the first in the market to release a completely digital hearing aid. Since then they have proven time and time again that innovative craftsmanship and a commitment to quality are essential when creating products that last.
Function and design are both seamlessly integrated in Widex hearing aids. By offering a range of products, Widex has recently released their own line of rechargeable options along with a plethora of hearing aids that pair with wireless devices.
Widex makes huge strides toward improving our planet. With a carbon-neutral headquarters that runs from renewable energy sources, they are dedicated to making our world a better place. Visit their website to learn more about how they can help with hearing loss.
Oticon was founded over 100 years ago! They continuously develop new models that assist in making sounds clearer and allowing you to interpret what you’re hearing with ease.
Recently, Oticon has introduced BrainHearing™ and OpenSound Navigator™, two platforms that assess your surroundings 100 times per second to provide you with natural and balanced hearing. By taking on much of the work your brain tends to do, Oticon’s devices allow you to enjoy any activities you desire.
The Oticon More™ is designed to support your brain. It is the world’s first hearing aid with an on-board Deep Neural Network. Oticon More with BrainHearing™ technology is a revolutionary hearing aid that gives the brain more of the relevant information it needs to make better sense of sound, so you can get better speech understanding with less effort and the ability to remember more. Take better care of your brain, and your brain will take better care of you. The Oticon More miniRITE R rechargeable style takes just three hours to charge for a full day’s power.
We find that patients see immense success with Oticon products. To learn more about their full lineup of hearing aids, visit their website here.
Completely revolutionizing the hearing aid industry in the 1990’s, Starkey’s technology has only continued to advance for the last several decades. Based out of Minnesota, their early success allowed the company to rapidly expand and pave the way for hearing aid advancements across the globe. With over 500 people in their Research & Development department, they work diligently to offer patients the latest options on the market.
Since each type of hearing loss requires a different solution, Starkey aims to create a wide range of products that enhance your hearing ability with ease. Learn more about their hearing aids by visiting their website here.
A household name that’s known for making quality and diverse products, Phonak’s line of hearing aids tackle even the most challenging hearing impairments. From utilizing the latest technology to creating devices that are fun for children to wear, they aim to offer a full array of hearing aids for everyone.
Many patients find success with Lyric™, an extended-wear device that sits deep within the ear canal. With the ability to wear it for months on end, it gives you clear hearing while being virtually invisible. Discrete and comfortable, Lyric™ has a high success rate with patients across America.
Phonak continues to pave the way in hearing aid technology by offering robust features and intuitive design. To learn more about their products, visit the Phonak website here.
Signia has pushed the boundaries of hearing aid design and technology to create products that offer patients the ability to hear easily and with discretion. Founded in 1847, and formerly known as Siemens, they boast an extensive range of devices that fit nearly every budget.
Some of their most popular products are: Styletto, Charge&Go and the Nx series. Offering a seamless transition for first-time hearing aid wearers, their advanced technology is housed inside an ultra-efficient unit. Bluetooth connectivity and a multitude of smartphone apps creates an enjoyable experience from the moment you insert your devices..
Signia aims for every patient to enjoy using hearing aids, and blends rechargeable capabilities along with discrete styling to give you everything you’re looking for. Visit their website here. to learn more about their products.
At Towers Audiology Center, we’re proud to offer Lyric hearing aids to our patients. Lyric is the first extended-wear hearing device that is 100% invisible. It is comfortably placed in the ear canal by a Lyric trained hearing professional and can be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to 4 months at a time. No surgery or anesthesia is required.
Unlike many other hearing aids, Lyric is positioned completely inside the ear canal, so it uses your ear’s natural anatomy to funnel sound to your eardrum. This unique placement of the hearing device creates exceptional natural sound quality. Additionally, each set of Lyric hearing aids is programmed to meet your specific hearing needs.