Hearing Aid Guide

Beltone technology takes hearing aids to the next level. So tiny and light, they're virtually undetectable. So natural sounding, hearing is a pleasure again—even in noisy places. And, so intelligent, Beltone hearing aids automatically adjust to changing environments as you move through your day.

With a myriad of styles and feature sets, it's easy to find the right hearing aids for you.

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.

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Digital hearing aids transform the sound waves that hit their microphone into digital binary code.

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The process of choosing hearing aids is different for everyone. Most people prefer visiting a professional hearing care practitioner who will customize a hearing solution.

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Millions of people wear hearing aids. While some get used to their new instruments on Day One, others need a short period of adjustment.

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Today's hearing aids are very small and contain five distinct parts: a microphone, digital processor/amplifier, receiver, volume control and battery.

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Here are some care and safety guidelines to make sure your hearing aids work their best for many years to come.

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Binaural hearing aids (two hearing aids) provide more natural hearing. Your hearing aid professional will tell you whether or not you're a candidate for binaural hearing aids.

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Our hearing aids are protected with a nano coating that reduces maintenance, extends hearing aid life, and improves performance and reliability. This lowers costs during ownership and leads to increased patient satisfaction.

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Hearing aid batteries are called zinc-air batteries and come in five different sizes. Batteries can be purchased from your hearing care office, most drug stores, and online.

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Today's tiny hearing aids are considered giants of modern technology, but they actually date back thousands of years.

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