As audiologist, we know technology plays an important role in our lives, and our patients’ lives.
We use it for testing. We also use it to keep records. And just as vital, we use it to communicate to our followers and readers, just like you.
More than that, technology also has a positive impact on how we hear.
Technology allows our doctors of audiology to program wearable devices to the deliver the most potential and capacity to each unique ear.
So you’re probably not surprised we give technology a resounding ‘yes!’ – and a big thumbs up.
Now, more than ever before, adaptable technology combines more power with an ideal fit and durability.
This month we’ve introduced our patients to Phonak’s Virto™ B-Titanium, touted as the smallest in-the-ear daily wear hearing device available. Its reduced size makes it discreet; it’s also built from medical grade titanium, which makes it strong and light-weight. But more than that, titanium allows the casing of the actual device to be as thin as a piece of paper, while allowing more space for components.
Technology adapts to smaller size. In fact the hearing components in Virto™ B-Titanium are 60% smaller, yet more powerful than ever before.
Technology adapts to comfort. Virto B-Titanium material has hypoallergenic properties, making it an optimal choice for in-the-ear hearing aids.
Technology adapts to customization. Virto B-Titanium is programmed specifically for your unique needs. Just as no two people are alike, no two ears are alike either. The device knows you and your needs, so you have better speech understanding and listening comfort.
Technology adapts to ‘hands-off’ desires and relies on automation. Virto B-Titanium features AutoSense OS™, adapting to every sound environment automatically for excellent hearing. That means the appropriate amount of gain reduction and distortion, making speech more comfortable. It also has functionality that can reduce broadband noise in the car.
We invite you to visit us to learn more about the Virto B-Titanium, and other technology-savvy hearing devices we offer. Our doctors of audiology can also provide guidance on how our selection of technology-driven hearing devices can incorporate with your smartphone, other assistive devices and other smart home technology.
Perhaps you’re considering your first hearing aid? The timing is ideal. Technology that’s driven by consumer wants and needs is now integrated into a new world of hearing devices. Simply stated, hearing aids can no longer be labeled ‘traditional’. As we hope you’ll discover, they are increasingly discreet, light-weight and fully automated, too.
Yes, the products are cool. And while we can certainly provide you that, it’s really much more. We offer a valued relationship that provides service, caring and counsel. We stay abreast of these new technologies and follow the news sources that cover our industry. We offer a selection of hearing devices that must provide consistent high satisfaction, but also combine comfort with the latest technology. Our goal is match you with the devices that meet your unique need, and offer technology that adapts to your hearing environment and lifestyle.
For more information, you can reach us at https://www.dizziland.com/contact/