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Rexton Hearing Products

The global influence of Rexton Hearing Products continues to grow annually. As life becomes challenging with hearing loss, Rexton steps up to ease the burden.

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Sonic Innovations

When consumers want great communication, Sonic Innovations is usually at the top of the list. The company was founded by three scientist-engineers that pushed for a focus on digital hearing technology.

manufacturer signia

Signia Hearing Products

Under the care of Byron’s Hudson Valley Hearing Aid Centers, Signia Hearing Products have become a big name in the industry. Since 1878, their devices and accessories have touched millions of users.

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ReSound Hearing Products

ReSound Hearing Products are feature-rich and cost-effective. Their large assortment of hearing aids compliments a growing roster of accessories and apps.

Remote Hearing Care

For hearing care, remote appointments take on an entirely different meaning. Hearing care professionals are now able to assist patients with problems related to hearing loss, device maintenance and more. Remote hearing care covers several of the most common services offered at onsite locations. When help is needed beyond remote care, the doors are always open for a face-to-face visit.

Hearing Aid Repair and Maintenance

Normal maintenance helps hearing devices to meet or exceed their life expectancy. Common problems with the quality of the device can be cleared up by cleaning as needed. When repairs exceed normal maintenance, onsite repairs are always available. In the event of extensive damage, loaner hearing aids are discussed as an option while the originals are sent off for repair.

Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting

The hearing aid dispensing and fitting appointment is the final step to meeting a patient’s hearing needs. Hearing care professionals take the final steps necessary to finish the programming of the new hearing devices. They adapt it for audio quality and comfort while explaining the most important features. Asking questions is encouraged during the dispensing to ease familiarity with the new technology. Bringing prepared questions is helpful for covering all of the expectations that come with wearing new hearing aids.

Evaluation for Hearing Aids

Getting the right hearing device is an essential step to meeting expected quality of life standards. The evaluation for hearing aids takes into account all of the previous exam information. Hearing care professionals will offer their device recommendations, but the final choice is still up to the patient. Price, quality of life features and size all factor into making the final decision. Resources are available to help narrow down the decision, including the option to trial potential hearing aids.