Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon Hearing Aids

Finding innovative solutions for individual hearing challenges was among the primary motivations of Oticon when they released the world’s first electric hearing device (Acousticon) in 1904. After partnering with Charles Lehman to establish the American-Danish Oticon Corporation, the company became a leading hearing aid provider after World War II.

Oticon made its first in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid available to the public in 1977, and then its first digital hearing aids in 1996, keeping up with and surpassing their competition. The manufacturer began to distinguish itself again early in the 21st century by developing its Brain Hearing concept and building hearing aids with streaming and connectivity features as early as 2007.

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Brain Hearing Technology from Oticon

Oticon’s Brain Hearing concept involves designing and producing sound processing technology that augments the brain’s capacity to create meaning from sound and speech by supporting its natural function rather than just amplifying sound.

The company’s Opn processing platform reinforces the Brain Hearing concept by making it easier for hearing aid wearers to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment, enhancing sound quality, voice clarity, and overall instrument performance.

A hearing aid model by Oticon

Features of Oticon Hearing Aids

  • Connectivity with external digital devices, such as your smartphone or TV, allows for sound sharing between hearing aids to improve spatial awareness and enhance sound clarity
  • Streaming capabilities and the use of Oticon’s integrated sound generator to help with tinnitus management are possible with Bluetooth-compatible hearing aids
  • Preprogrammed sound environments that personalize your hearing experience by accommodating your unique preferences are standard
  • Sound preservation technology provides for clear, transparent sound quality and speech details in order to boost your capacity to understand speech in multiple listening environments
  • Dynamic range expanded input augments sound quality, eliminating distortion and whistling
  • Oticon’s Genie app provides remote fitting and counselling tools in order to stay up to date on your most recent hearing needs

Patient-Focused Hearing Care from Port Credit Audiology

Our hearing care team have access to various advanced solutions and hearing aid technology like those manufactured by Oticon, but our patients, not the technology, will always be the primary focus of the personalized hearing care we provide.

Personalized hearing care at Port Credit Audiology begins with a highly accurate hearing assessment to zero in on your specific hearing challenges so that our hearing care professionals can help you select the hearing aid that helps overcome your hearing loss challenges while making allowances for your personal preferences and budget.

Besides selling and fitting our patients with hearing aids from Oticon, Phonak, ReSound and others, we also deliver on our promise of ongoing personal hearing care with troubleshooting and technical support, device maintenance and hearing aid repair for a wide range of hearing aid brands.

If you believe advanced technology hearing aids might be the best solution for your hearing challenges, or you need tech support from one of our hearing aid experts, then contact our Mississauga, ON hearing care clinic byusing the adjacent form.

Schedule an Appointment

If you are experiencing hearing challenges, like struggling to enjoy conversations at a busy restaurant, not understanding conversations when talking on the phone, or feeling like everyone around is mumbling, it’s time to learn the truth about your hearing.

With a comprehensive hearing assessment, our professional team at Port Credit Audiology & Hearing Aid Clinic can identify any hearing impairment you might have in order to address your hearing care needs.

Contact us by submitting the adjacent form so a member of our team can give you a call and provide assistance scheduling an appointment.

Don’t want to wait? Call us at: (905) 990-3755.

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