Hearing Aids We Carry

ReSound Hearing Aids

ReSound, which wounded in 1943 by Dr. Rodney Perkins at Stanford University, 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 favourite 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.

Some of the most popular products include ENZO and LiNX because they include a variety of features and functions and allow you to utilize several smartphone apps that make using your hearing aid very easy. To learn more about the options available from ReSound, visit their website here.

Widex Hearing Aids

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. Some of their most popular products include EVOKE™ and Beyond. Their Made for iPhone® hearing aids allow wearers to stream podcasts, music, and phone calls with ease, and their latest CUSTOM™ design provides optimal comfort and impeccable sound quality.

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 Hearing Aids

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.

Oticon’s latest line, Opn, integrates Bluetooth capability along with a rechargeable battery for the ultimate in convenience. Add to this their Tinnitus SoundSupport™ and you have one device that does it all.

Some of the most popular Oticon hearing aids are: Xceed, CROS and Opn.

We find that patients see immense success with Oticon products. To learn more about their full lineup of hearing aids, visit their website here.

Starkey Hearing Aids

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. Completely revolutionizing the hearing aid industry in the 1990’s, and now with over 500 people in their Research & Development department, they work diligently to offer patients the latest options on the market.

Wireless connectivity is foundational within their product line-up, and patients find that their Made for iPhone® hearing aids allow them to better engage in conversations with friends and loved ones over the phone. Whether you’re in a crowded room or want to stream music directly to your devices while at home, Starkey has a product that will work for you.

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.

Phonak Hearing Aids

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. Completely revolutionizing the hearing aid industry in the 1990’s, and now with over 500 people in their Research & Development department, they work diligently to offer patients the latest options on the market.

Wireless connectivity is foundational within their product line-up, and patients find that their Made for iPhone® hearing aids allow them to better engage in conversations with friends and loved ones over the phone. Whether you’re in a crowded room or want to stream music directly to your devices while at home, Starkey has a product that will work for you.

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.

Lyric Hearing Aid – Certified Provider

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.

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