Hearing aids have come so far over the years. Nowadays, all hearing aids use digitized sound processing to convert sound waves into digital signals. The computer chip inside of the hearing aids determines whether the signals are speech or noise and accordingly converts them into clear, amplified signals delivered to your ears. Hearing devices today offer improved programming ability, allowing your audiologist to provide you a more precise fit.
Hearing aids are separated into technology levels and are best determined based on individual patient hearing lifestyles.
While the choices may seem overwhelming, your audiologist at Chelmsford Hearing Group and Nashua Group are educated and trained to help you choose a technology level that appropriately targets your hearing needs and lifestyle.