Hearing loss has many effects. The subtle sounds of life can fade into the background. The sounds of birds chirping, children laughing, and restaurant conversations can be lost. That is why we at Oklahoma Hearing Center put together this list of the best hearing aids for profound hearing loss. With the wrong hearing aid, even light noises, like the drone of the dishwasher, can become disturbing. Let us partner with you to ensure the best quality of life.
The first brand that we will be discussing is SIEMENS. These hearing aids allow you to hear better with minimal effort. They highlight speech in challenging listening environments. With SIEMENS you won’t have to strain to hear every time you visit a restaurant. Do you miss music? SIEMENS can help bring that joy back and allow you to hear music on a level that will satisfy even professional musicians.
The next brand on our list is WIDEX hearing aids. These hearing aids off a wider sound picture. This means you can hear both soft and loud sounds without discomfort. They also have the best wind noise reduction system available, so even in windy environments you can still hear what is going on around you. Another perk of WIDEX hearing aids is that they detect your listening situation automatically and makes sure you hear the right sound at the right time in the right place. In other words, when your grandkids are over, you’ll be able to hear them giggling, instead of the laundry machine.
Oticon Opn is another hearing aid worth mentioning. In contrast with traditional hearing aids, which isolate one speaker and suppress all others, Oticon Opn is so fast it can remove noise around you. Not only that, but it also simultaneously provide yous with access to the speakers around you.
These are just a few brands of the best hearing aids for profound hearing loss that we have brought to your attention. There are others that match these brands and might be more tailored to your taste or budget. Other brands include PHONAK Hearing Aids, ReSound Hearing Aids, and STARKEY Hearing Aids. Give Oklahoma Hearing Center a call and we can help you find your path to better hearing.