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Hear better, improve your life

If you struggle with hearing loss, you’re not alone. But just like millions of others, you can improve your hearing and reconnect to your world with the help of hearing aids.

What is a hearing aid?

A hearing aid is a small, lightweight electronic device worn in or behind the ear to amplify sound and help people hear better in different environments.

Many different types of hearing aids are available today, and Beltone offers a wide variety of solutions for people of all needs, lifestyles and levels of hearing loss. All Beltone hearing aids are digital and wireless and offer discreet designs, personalization and easy connectivity.

Find the hearing aid style
that’s right for you

There are three categories of Beltone hearing aids: in-the-ear custom style, ear bud style, and on-the-ear style. The type and style that will work best for you depends on your degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, overall health and personal aesthetic style.

What are digital and wireless hearing aids?

The analog hearing aids of old have been replaced with digital hearing aids, which can dynamically amplify all the sounds in the wearer's environment.

Additionally, today's digital hearing aids allow a wearer to personalize their hearing experience via wireless technology. Wireless hearing aids use Bluetooth to stream sound and conveniently connect to a mobile app.

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What's the best way to buy hearing aids?

The best place to purchase hearing aids is from your local hearing care professional. Doing so ensures you’ll receive personalized care and ongoing support. Your hearing care professional will help by:

  • Reviewing your health history and lifestyle
  • Completing your hearing screening and audiogram
  • Fitting you with hearing aids and offering recommendations

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Think you may be experiencing hearing loss? Try our simple online assessment as your first step toward better hearing.

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