Trusted Professionals for Advanced Prescription Hearing Aids in Plano, TX

When you think of hearing aids, our guess is that the picture isn’t pretty.

Large, unwieldy, pale pink or gray devices that aren’t subtle or discreet to wear. The stigma surrounding hearing aids isn’t positive… but that stigma is changing.

The latest advancements in hearing aid technology have revolutionized hearing aids as we know them. Nowadays, custom hearing aids are more powerful, much lighter in weight, and far smaller than ever before – so discreet that nobody would know you’re wearing them at all.

If you’re wondering about hearing aids near you in the Plano, TX area, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. From minor to major hearing loss challenges, we’re ready to provide precision-fit hearing aids and amplification technology so you can hear better sooner.

Our Range of Prescription Hearing Aids Offers…

More Frequencies

Gain a wider range of frequencies at your fingertips, allowing hearing aids to amplify some and ignore others to best fit what you want to hear.

Greater Convenience

Charge your hearing aids when you sleep, allowing for them to last through the entire day – no more constantly changing fiddly batteries!

Natural Sound

Feedback management allows for sound to naturally pass into your ears. A more comfortable user experience without feeling constricted.

No More Whistling

Analog hearing aids often made high-pitched whistling noises, embarrassing the wearers; modern hearing aids detect that whistling and eliminate it within seconds.

Directional Microphones

Pinpoint the location of the sounds around you versus a conversation in front of you, which allows for better focus by separating the sounds and amplifying the conversation, rather than the background noise.

No Background Noise

Analog hearing aids amplified all noise – including background noise. There was no distinction between someone talking in front of you versus people talking around you. Today’s hearing aids distinguish between speech and background noise, assigning each different frequencies – the sounds you want to hear, amplified, and the sounds you don’t want to hear, muted.

Streaming and Smart Device Connectivity

With the power of Bluetooth, hearing aids can link directly to your smartphone, tablet, and even your TV to enhance the performance and bring the sounds you want to hear even closer.

Preprogrammed Options

Modern hearing aids allow for different listening profiles that you can change as your environment changes: a quiet room, a restaurant, a sporting event, and a concert are all very different soundscapes, but your hearing aids can adapt to them!

Multiple Hearing Aid Styles and Manufacturers to Choose From 

As an independent hearing aid clinic, we’ve worked hard to establish long-term relationships with all our partners and patients to provide the best hearing solutions this side of Texas.

By working with our team of hearing care professionals, you have access to knowledge, technology, and expertise that we’ll utilize to look after you and your hearing for a long time.

One hearing aid does not fit all ears, however; depending on your level of hearing loss, a different style of hearing aid will work best for you.

Traditional Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aids

For those with severe to profound hearing loss challenges, BTE hearing aids provide several modern advancements despite their old-school appearance. From directional microphones to manual volume controls, BTE hearing aids come in two varieties: acoustical tubing and receiver-in-the-ear (RITE).

RITE hearing aids use speaker wires to send sound to a speaker in the ear. With their nearly invisible, open-fit design, their comfortable fit and natural sound are a great choice for your first hearing aid.

In-the-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

ITE hearing aids are more compact and smaller, as the processor and receiver are in the same casing. They interfere less with glasses or other medical headwear and offer a tight, secure fit that’s much more discreet. ITE hearing aids come in a few different shapes.

Full shell ITE hearing aids cover the entire conch of the ear. They’re stronger in terms of processing power, use batteries with a longer service life, and have more manual controls.

In-the-canal ITE hearing aids are much smaller and more discreet. However, they’re less powerful, as they use smaller batteries.

Completely-in-the-canal ITE hearing aids are by far the smallest ITE devices – requiring fine dexterity for application and removal. These only address mild to moderate hearing loss due to their small, nearly invisible size.

Schedule Your Hearing 
Assessment with Family Audiology 

Hearing loss is a gradual change; recognizing that you’re experiencing it can be difficult and even isolating for some. Our team wants to help you rejoin the conversation with the help of custom-designed, personalized hearing aids.

Submit the adjacent form to take that first step toward stronger hearing – a member of our team will contact you to schedule your appointment with us.

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