Hearing Aids

There are plenty of high-quality hearing devices and accessories available for purchase. American Family Hearing Center gives patients a wide variety of choices when it comes to picking a new product. Being comfortable with a hearing aid is an important part of the treatment process. All hearing devices and their related accessories blend well into normal day to day activities.

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    Lyric Hearing Products

    The Lyric is still considered the definitive invisible hearing aid of the industry. It was the first and may still be the best there is. It is a major standout of Phonak’s vast lineup.

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    Oticon Hearing Products

    Oticon was founded in 1904 by Hans Demant. They are the driving force behind many of the strong voices inside and outside of the industry. Hearing aids from Oticon Hearing Products are durable and sound great in crowded areas.

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  • manufacturer phonak@2x

    Phonak Hearing Products

    Phonak Hearing Products is a brand that has a lot of trust behind its name. Since 1947, the company has contributed significantly to the hearing aid industry. They are currently one of the largest hearing aid providers in the world.

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  • manufacturer signia

    Signia Hearing Products

    Signia Hearing Products makes devices for consumers and professionals. The strength of a Signia product can be found in their rich sound quality and streaming capabilities. When paired with a compatible accessory, it creates a once in a lifetime combo.

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  • manufacturer starkey@2x

    Starkey Hearing Aids

    Starkey is one of the most notable American grown hearing aid manufacturers. Their device catalog is vast and continues to grow yearly. Variety is power, and that is a strong priority with Starkey products.

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    Unitron Hearing Aids

    Unitron Hearing Aids is a company that made its reputation as a distributor of quality optical instruments. Their experience in multiple industries has helped them when it comes to hearing device innovation. Unitron is a proud American company that was founded in 1952 by Lawrence A. Fine.

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  • manufacturer flextrial

    Unitron Flex:trial

    Every consumer has preferences, but not all devices are available for a trial run. The Unitron Flex changes that by putting the power of choice in the hands of wearers. With a Flex trial, users get the full experience without a purchase commitment.

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    CaptionCall

    CaptionCall is a captioned telephone that shows conversations in real-time. The screen is large and configurable, so users can adjust it to their preference. As an essential ADA service, it comes at no cost for certified customers.

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  • Hearing Aid Styles

    Hearing aids come in a variety of styles to suit the specialized needs of each individual wearer. Whether you’re looking for something super powerful or a more discreet option, there is a hearing aid out there designed for your preferences.

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    Bluetooth-enabled Hearing Aids

    With Bluetooth, users get the freedom of wireless with all compatible devices. Streaming media is a convenience, and Bluetooth ensures it doesn’t suffer a loss of sound quality. Users that want the full hearing device experience should consider Bluetooth a mandatory feature.

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  • Hearing Protection

    Hearing protection stops noise-induced hearing loss, and is mandatory in some professions. Earmuffs and earmolds come in several styles, with each favoring a specific industry, hobby or consumer. By taking a proactive approach with hearing protection, individuals can prevent severe hearing problems.

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  • Custom Earmolds and Earplugs

    A custom-fit ensures that hearing devices and accessories are the right fit. Custom earmolds are an exact impression of the ear. Custom earplugs are similar but made to fit in the canal.

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  • Earplugs and Monitors for Musicians

    Compromised hearing can curtail a promising music career. In-studio earplugs help with the creation process, while in-ear monitors help during live performances. A long career hinges on an artist’s choice to use hearing protection when needed.

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    Electronic Shooters Protection

    Since 1994, ESP has served hunters and shooters by providing the original, custom-fit, in-the-ear hearing protection. ESP electronic hearing protectors and earplugs are custom-molded to your ears for a precise, comfortable fit.

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