posted By: Earlens Web | 08.09.18

How is Earlens Built for My Ears?

Earlens hearing devices have three main parts: The Processor, Ear Tip and Lens. Two of those parts, the Ear Tip and the Lens, are custom built for the user.   Every person has a unique ear shape—in fact, the eardrum and ear canals will be…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 08.02.18

What is the Advantage of a Contact Hearing Solution?

Perfect hearing ranges from 20 Hz in the low frequencies all the way up to 20,000 Hz in the high frequencies. However, hearing aids can usually only amplify sound from ~750 Hz – 5500 Hz. Unfortunately, this narrow frequency range limits the quality of sound…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.26.18

Can Earlens Help My Tinnitus?

Earlens has not been studied as a treatment for tinnitus and is not indicated to treat tinnitus. However, hearing aids more broadly have been shown to provide tinnitus relief in some patients.   Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, impacts one third of all adults at…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.18.18

What Happens if I Have a Problem with my Earlens?

If you wear Earlens and have a question about your hearing devices or notice a change in your hearing, you can reach out to the Earlens Concierge. The Earlens Concierge is a complimentary service available to all Earlens users. The Earlens Concierge offers:   Answers…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.09.18

Can I Connect Earlens to My Phone?

One of the benefits of Earlens  is the ability to connect your hearing aids to select Apple devices. The Made for iPhone (MFi) feature means that Earlens users can stream audio, for instance to take calls or listen to music, directly from their Apple device…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.03.18

Protect Your Hearing this July 4th

With Independence Day coming up, many of us are looking forward to backyard barbecues, parades, concerts and fireworks. During the many activities that come with the holiday, it’s important to also take steps to protect our hearing while we enjoy ourselves.   Noise is one…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 06.26.18

Hearing Aid Music Quality

Despite many advances over the last few years in hearing aid technology, the number one dissatisfaction with hearing aids is unmet expectations of sound quality.* For music lovers, the sound quality associated with hearing aids can be a particular challenge.   Is it possible for…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 06.20.18

Can I Wear Earlens in Just One Ear?

If you have hearing loss in both ears, hearing professionals strongly recommend that you wear hearing aids in both ears to optimize the listening benefits.   Wearing hearing aids in both ears, or “binaural hearing aids”, has been associated with many hearing benefits, including:  …

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posted By: Earlens Web | 06.11.18

Hear Better Outdoors this Summer

Do you miss hearing the sounds of the birds chirping or sand crunching beneath your feet during summer walks? It could be because you’re having trouble hearing in the upper frequencies.   Conventional hearing aids have difficulty providing meaningful amplification in the higher frequencies. This…

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