posted By: Earlens Web | 10.24.17

How are Hearing Aids like Earbuds?

Just like ear buds and headphones bring music from your phone to your ears, so can your hearing aids. Earlens Hearing Aids have Bluetooth capabilities that enable users to take calls and stream music directly through their hearing aids from select Apple devices. And, unlike…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 10.18.17

Caring for Earlens Hearing Aids

Have you ever wondered how the Lens in the Earlens hearing system stays on the eardrum? The Lens is remarkably stable once placed, staying in position much in the same way a contact lens does in the eye.   If you’ve ever worn contact lenses,…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 10.09.17

Meet Rodney Perkins, Earlens Founder

Did you know that Dr. Rodney Perkins, the founder of Earlens, has a long history as a pioneer? As a founder of the California Ear Institute at Stanford University, Dr. Perkins has had many opportunities to connect with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and visionaries, from Steve…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 10.05.17

Things to Avoid with Your Earlens Hearing Aids

To keep your Earlens Hearing Aids in good condition and working properly, it is important to try to avoid placing them in moisture and heat, which can damage your Earlens hearing devices. Follow these tips to help maintain the health of your hearing aids: Do…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 10.01.17

Happy National Audiology Month!

Happy National Audiology Month! This month is a great time to get your hearing checked if you suspect you might have a hearing loss, or if you’ve been previously diagnosed with hearing loss and believe your hearing may have changed over time.   In normal…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 09.28.17

“My New Hearing Aids Are Too Noisy!”

New hearing aid wearers are often surprised by the loudness of sounds with their new hearing devices. If you have had untreated hearing loss for a period of time, it is normal for the world to seem louder than usual once you are wearing amplification….

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 09.22.17

How Can I Prepare for my Earlens Appointment?

With Earlens, you will have several different appointments with a hearing health team comprised of an audiologist working with an Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) physician in order to be fit with your new Earlens Hearing Aids. During your initial appointment, your hearing health provider…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 09.15.17

Why Do I Need To Wait to Receive My Earlens Devices?

Earlens is a custom hearing aid. The custom nature of Earlens hearing devices means that when you decide to move forward with Earlens, you will need to wait for your new hearing aids to be built. Typically, this waiting period is no longer than two…

read more
posted By: Earlens Web | 09.10.17

What Should I Expect Earlens to Sound Like?

If you are an existing hearing aid wearer, then you probably remember how it felt wearing hearing aids for the first time. The world around you suddenly felt louder – and your own voice may have sounded strange to you. It probably took several weeks…

read more