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Tinnitus
A ringing or buzzing in the ears is a widespread complaint. A whistling, ringing, or buzzing sound that seems to come from nowhere affects one in two people at some point in their lives.
Invisible - Lyric
While traditional hearing aids capture and process sound outside of the ear, Lyric uses the natural anatomy of the ear to amplify and give you a full, natural listening experience. Users experience greater clarity and better high frequency sound perception that conventional hearing aids. Because Lyric is placed in the ear canal near the eardrum by a trained professional, it is the world’s only 100% invisible hearing aid.
Hearing loss
One of our most important sensory organs are our ears, thus hearing loss has significant consequences. Hearing loss can be age-related, triggered by loud noises or infections, or hereditary. Hearing loss can occur very suddenly or accumulate over time. Fortunately, in most cases hearing impairment and quality of life can be greatly improved using hearing aids. Find out how.
How do we hear
Our ears are like antennae picking up signals from different directions. The complex structures of the ear process these signals and pass them on to the brain, where they are interpreted. Therefore, for optimum hearing, it is best if both ears are fully functioning. But what exactly happens when sound waves enter the ear?
Phonak Virto B
Built on Phonak’s Belong platform,  the Virto™ B is precisely calibrated to your individual ear anatomy for better hearing performance. Along with the Virto™ B-Titanium, these customizable hearing aids provide a comfortable fit.
Sudden hearing loss
One minute, everything sounds completely normal. The next, everything sounds muffled like speaking to someone on the other side of a wall - sudden hearing loss typically occurs without any warning. Patients therefore require a lot of information about causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions here.
Hearing and Understanding
The auditory center in the brain is a biological supercomputer that never takes a break. It analyzes and processes incoming sound patterns around the clock and protects us from sensory overload.
Types of hearing aids
All hearing aids work according to the same principle: they pick up ambient noise, the sound is converted into electrical impulses and then forwarded, in a modulated form, to the ear. However, depending on the severity of the hearing loss and personal requirements, hearing aids can differ considerably. Not just in terms of shape and size, but also in terms of their properties and functions. This diversity ensures a solution that meets your desires and expectations. Which is the best hearing aid for you? Take a look at what’s available!
Modern hearing aids
Modern technology and advances in the field of hearing aids make it possible for you to live a life without limitations. In addition, modern hearing aids offer many other functions that make everyday life with a hearing aid easier and more convenient. Find out more below about the advantages of modern devices, and what the future of hearing aids holds in store.
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