Hearing loss doesn’t have to go untreated. At Northgate Hearing Services, our audiologist and healthcare professionals can recommend and help you care for a number of manufacturers, types and styles of hearing aid. Because there are so many different types and degrees of hearing loss, there are many types and styles of hearing aids available on the market.
Hearing loss doesn’t have to go untreated. Because there are a myriad of hearing aid manufacturers which produce a multitude of devices ranging in level of technology, types, styles, and quality. At Northgate Hearing Services, our Doctors of Audiology and Hearing Aid Specialists can make unique recommendations to find the best device on the market, for you and your specific needs.
At Northgate Hearing Services, we work with a number of the top hearing aid manufacturers and companies in the industry. The styles, types and cost can all vary, depending on the accessories, technology and features. Many hearing aids are available in digital form and offer varying levels of technology, from basic to premium.
Styles of Hearing Aids
Depending on your aesthetic, lifestyle and hearing loss, needs, devices are available in a number of different styles including:
- Behind the ear (BTE)
- Mini BTE
- In the canal (ITC)
- Completely in canal (CIC)
- Invisible in canal (IIC)
- In the ear (ITE)
- Receiver in the ear (RITE)
Hearing Aid Batteries
Batteries are major concern for hearing device users. Owners want fresh batteries readily available, and we have them. Northgate Hearing Services handles any battery your devices need. We keep a supply of batteries for you to purchase in our office.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices, or ALDs, help people with hearing deficiency receive sound to their ears electronically. Hearing technology has developed to the point where devices work through apps and cellphones using Bluetooth technology. As described by hearing experts, ALDs improve the noise-to-speech ratio, making it easier to hear and understand normal speech. These devices also help eliminate background noise.
Hearing Aid Products and Accessories by Manufacturer
At Northgate Hearing Services, we offer a variety of advanced technology from the top hearing aid manufacturers, including:
The Levo System by Otoharmonics
Utilizing an FDA-cleared neuroscience-based approach, the Levo System is a personal and patented nightly sound therapy designed to improve the quality of your daily life.
Oticon is one of the best-known companies in the market. Northgate Hearing Services provides our patients with many Oticon options, including the Oticon OPN, a rechargeable style of hearing aid. Other Oticon hearing aids include the Alta2, Nera2, Ria2 and Dynamo series.
Phonak devices are made to fit seamlessly into a patient’s life. Phonak devices are suitable for patients with mild-to-severe hearing loss. With Northgate, patients can choose from the Virgo B-Titanium, Audeo B and Audeo B Direct, Cros B, Phonak Naida, Virto V and Bolero V, the finest in performance and reliability.
ReSound brings sound into the next dimension. With Resound hearing aids, you can choose devices that you can customize and personalize to different environments and scenes. Options include the Enzo 3D, Linx, Enya and more.
Starkey Halo and Trulink
Halo and TruLink were made specifically for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and Apple Watch. Starkey’s newest hearing aids enable people to stay connected with anyone, anyway. The Halo 2 is engineered to work specifically with Apple products, enabling you to experience music, talking and video conferencing with better clarity than ever before.
Unitron devices are flexible in technology level and are straight to all-phone (This means most bluetooth compatible iPhones and Android phones). The Moxi All Pro devices are able to use the hearing aid as wireless headphones for phone calls straight to your hearing aids.
At Widex, we combine years of understanding with a natural curiosity in finding solutions to individual hearing loss. Our uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first fully digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as our own revolutionary wireless technology.
Hearing aids have dramatically evolved over the last decade! With major advances in technology and customizable aesthetic choices, you can choose to have your new devices to be as discrete or bold as desired. Talk with one of our Doctors of Audiology about your preference to blend in our stand out. We offer the variety that allows you endless choices for a truly customized experience.