What Hearing Aid Brand Is the Best?
We get asked this a lot. The truth is, the best hearing aids for you depend on a variety of factors from the type of hearing loss you have, to the extent of hearing loss, to what your favorite activities are. Some of our clients just need hearing aids to engage in conversation and others need hearing aids that sync with all their devices wirelessly. For some people, choice comes down to what their insurance will cover.
At Central Alabama Audiology, we offer all the best hearing aid brands and are happy to walk you through the entire process. Here are just a few of the top brands we carry.
Oticon’s mission is to empower people to communicate freely and naturally. They’ve been a world-class manufacturer since 1904.
With a reputation as an innovator in hearing aid technology, Widex is one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers. Widex offers traditional hearing aids, battery-free models, custom hearing aids and BEYOND hearing aids that are made specifically for iPhones.
Starkey Hearing Technologies is an American-owned and operated hearing aid manufacturer. They offer invisible hearing aids, smartphone-compatible models and even hearing aids that track your activity.
One of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world, Phonak is a Swiss company who distributes hearing aids in more than 100 countries worldwide. Phonak’s hearing solutions include smart apps, rechargeable options, and “super discreet” hearing aids.
Unitron is a Canadian-based manufacturer who has won numerous awards. Looking for an especially discreet hearing aid? Ask us about Unitron’s super-small hearing aids.
Signia and Rexton are all part of Sivantos, Inc. In fact, 25% of all hearing aids worldwide are created by The Sivantos Group.
ReSound has more than 140 years of experience creating innovative hearing solutions including “intelligent” hearing aids, hearables, and even apps.
Did you know you may be eligible for a free captioned telephone? Ask us about CaptionCall and what you need to do to prove eligibility.
Struggling to hear on the phone? You may be eligible for a free CapTel phone which transcribes captions of your conversation. Call us to learn more.