Earlens

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…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 09.15.17

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

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

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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…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 09.03.17

Earlens User Review: David

About 4 years ago, David L. noticed that he was having trouble hearing people in social situations, restaurants, and his workplace. He tried hearing aids and noticed a big improvement, but still had trouble with the clarity of sound.   “It still wasn’t clear. I…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 08.25.17

How Can I Try Earlens?

Earlens brings audiologists and Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) physicians together to form a high level care team.   The Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution consists of three major parts: the Processor, Ear Tip, and Lens. The Earlens behind-the-ear Processor captures sound and sends it to the…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 08.17.17

How Long Do Earlens Batteries Last?

Hearing aid batteries can be a hassle to deal with. Changing tiny batteries, especially in the middle of a conversation, is an inconvenience. Not surprisingly, although 89% of consumers have hearing aids that only use disposable batteries, 70% of consumers would prefer rechargeable hearing aids.*…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 08.02.17

3 Factors to Consider for Your Next Hearing Aids

Don’t forget to consider these three factors if you are looking for a new hearing aid. Your Hearing Needs First things first. The most important aspect of a hearing solution is whether it effectively addresses your hearing needs. Different types of hearing devices are better…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.23.17

Will I Hear Better with Earlens?

If you have been dissatisfied with existing hearing aids, you may benefit from a new kind of hearing technology. The Earlens Contact Hearing Solution is the only nonsurgical hearing device to directly vibrate the eardrum, allowing for a broader frequency range that more closely replicates the…

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posted By: Earlens Web | 07.17.17

Earlens Hearing Aid Review: Dante C.

Flying jets during the Vietnam War and working in construction and the restaurant industry took their toll on Dante C.’s hearing over the years. In his 60s, he noticed that whenever he was in a crowd of people, he would have particular difficulty understanding whoever…

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