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If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss, purchasing a hearing aid can seem like a daunting task. Because of the different styles of devices, and advancements in hearing aid technology, this process should be done with an experienced hearing care professional. First, it's important to understand that not all hearing loss is the same. The hearing aid that's best suited to your needs will depend largely on both your lifestyle, and category of hearing loss. The three main types of hearing loss are:

  • Conductive Hearing Loss
  • Sensorineural Hearing Loss
  • Mixed Hearing Loss

Once your hearing assessment has been completed by a Beltone Hearing Care Professional, we will review the results with you. These results are recorded on something called an audiogram, and will show the degree and type of hearing loss you have. You may also be given an opportunity to test a hearing aid prior to leaving the office. This will give you an idea of just how easy, comfortable and lightweight today's hearing aids actually are. It is also an excellent way to experience first-hand how it feels to once again hear the world around you.

Beltone's commitment to client satisfaction does not end when you leave the office with your new hearing aids. We understand that an individual's hearing needs may change over the years. Our exclusive BelCare program ensures that each client receives superior aftercare and service, throughout their lifetime. Beltone's Hearing Care Professionals are always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding your hearing aid. Plus, Beltone has 1500 locations nationwide – meaning no matter where you travel on business or vacation, a Beltone professional will be close by to serve you.

Lifestyle, along with your type and degree of hearing loss, will determine which hearing aids are best suited to your needs. Your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will take the time to explain all the hearing aid options that are recommended for you, according to the results of your audiogram. Beltone hearing aid products utilize state–of–the–art hearing technology and come in a wide assortment of shapes and sizes. The two main components of a hearing aid are the shell and the circuit, with the outer portion of the shell making up its overall appearance. CIC (completely in the canal) devices are virtually invisible once in place, and are also available to address many different hearing needs. Numerous factors should be taken into consideration when choosing the hearing aid that is appropriate for your particular type and level of hearing loss. Besides your personal lifestyle, your budget and insurance plan coverage must also be taken into consideration. Your Beltone Hearing Care Professional will explain all the options that are available to you and answer any questions you may have.

It is important to take your hearing health seriously. Once we reach 50 years of age, annual hearing tests should be part of your preventative health care regime. Your Beltone Hearing Care Professional can tell you if you would benefit from a hearing aid, and how to help prevent certain types of hearing loss.