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Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon released the first hearing aid in 1904, the electric Acousticon hearing device, establishing the company as a hearing aid manufacturer.
Charles Lehman joined with Oticon’s founders to create the American-Danish Oticon Corporation, which grew to become a leading producer of hearing aids after World War II and became a global company by 1965.
At the cutting-edge of hearing aid technology in 1977, the company released their first ultra-discreet in-the-ear (ITE) hearing device. By 1996, Oticon began offering its first digital device, following it up with an advanced technology device with enhanced sound sensitivity along with streaming and connectivity in 2007.
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Hearing Technology Solutions from Oticon
The focus of Oticon’s 21st century innovations are centered around their Brain Hearing concept. Brain Hearing involves designing and building technology capable of supporting how the brain processes sound and speech to derive meaning rather than just amplifying sound.
Today’s Oticon hearing aids use the Opn technology platform, which makes it possible for device wearers to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment. Applying micro-digital and nano-digital technology innovations to their hearing instruments allows Oticon to manufacture increasingly smaller, lighter, and more discreet hearing devices while also enhancing sound quality, voice clarity, and instrument performance.
The Opn platform features internet connectivity using ConnectClip and the IFTTT (If This Then That) Network, making streaming with other digital devices possible. With these streaming capabilities, Oticon was able to integrate Tinnitus SoundSupport, which involves the transmission of white noise and other tinnitus masking sounds into your hearing aids for auditory relief from tinnitus.
Oticon’s Genie fitting and counseling tool assists your hearing care provider with fitting your device and facilitates ongoing counseling and support from a remote location.
Patient-Focused Hearing Care by Aim Hearing and Audiology Service
Hearing aids, like those manufactured by Oticon, are among the many advanced technology solutions available at Aim Hearing and Audiology Service to address your specific hearing care needs; but no device, no matter how technologically advanced, can replace you as our primary focus.
Our personalized hearing care begins with a highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessment that identifies your unique hearing challenges. Once we know what you need, our hearing instrument specialists will help guide you through the process of selecting the hearing aid that not only fits your specific type and severity of hearing loss, but your personal and budget preferences as well.
Besides fitting you with some of the most advanced hearing aid technology available from brand name manufacturers like Oticon, Signia, Phonak, and more, our hearing care experts also provide ongoing technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair so you can enjoy better hearing and an active, independent lifestyle.
If you, or a loved one, isn’t hearing as well as you used to or you need some help from one of our hearing aid technicians, contact the most trusted hearing care clinic in Greensboro, NC using the adjacent form.
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