Hearing Aid Features

What to expect in a modern hearing aid.

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Features & Technology

When’s the last time you thought about hearing aids? For most of us, just the very phrase conjures bulky, flesh-toned eyesores that whistle. But – times have changed! If you haven’t thought about hearing aids since your grandparents’ era, you’re in for a delightful surprise.

Alongside other portable electronic devices, modern hearing aids have accelerated in design and technology. Modern hearing aids offer advanced digital technology and incredible access to sound. And even better, these features are bundled in sleek, sophisticated, and discreet design.

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, if you’re in the market for a new pair of aids, or if you’ve put off seeking treatment because you’re worried about what hearing aids “look like,” there’s no better time than the present to explore the plethora of options available to you.

Made for iPhone

Made for iPhone hearing aids allow wearers to connect to the sounds that matter most through direct stereo sound streamed from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, without any intermediary device.

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Feedback Cancellation

Modern hearing aids are able to analyze feedback sounds and cancel them out before they occur, thus providing wearers with a more comfortable and realistic listening experience without any uncomfortable whistling sounds.

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Hearing Aid Design & Style

As with many electronic devices available today, hearing aids have a beautiful, minimal aesthetic – organic shapes with round, soft edges, and a muted, neutral palette to blend in with hair and skin tones.

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Artificial Intelligence

With the understanding that treating hearing loss is an important of your overall health and well-being, AI-equipped hearing aids have incorporated technology that can track your heart rate and body activity.

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At Green Tree Hearing and Audiology, we offer several rechargeable hearing aid battery options for hearing aid wearers in St. Louis.

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Tinnitus Programs

Tinnitus (also known as ‘ringing in the ears’) is the frequent experience of bothersome sounds inside the head. The condition is very common, effecting 44 million Americans and is the most common injury for our armed service men and women.

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Modern hearing aids are now able to connect wirelessly to other devices, such as smartphones and tablets, which simultaneously allows for heightened user-accessibility and even better access to sound.

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Sherry Pickett, Doctor of Audiology
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