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There's a hearing aid that fits you

Today’s hearing aids are comfortable, discreet and offer a variety of features. There’s a hearing aid out there for everyone. How can you choose the hearing aid that’s right for you? By examining your unique requirements, you and your hearing care professional can determine the best fit for your needs. 
Types of hearing aids
Hearing aids vary in size, colour, special features and the way they fit in your ears. Your hearing care professional can help you choose the hearing aid style that fits your lifestyle and needs.
Listening and lifestyle needs
Your lifestyle and the listening environments you frequent most have a great effect on what hearing aid will be ideal for you. Which hearing aid fits your lifestyle best?

Moderate lifestyle

Communicating in small groups and participating in social gatherings is important to you. You enjoy activities like shopping or going to the theater.

Quiet lifestyle

Most of your time is spent at home or in a quiet environment, but you need to be able to hear in one-on-one settings.

Easy personalization

You’d like to use an app to discreetly adjust your hearing aid settings at any time.

Stream entertainment

Being able to relax and enjoy entertainment with others is important to you. You want to be able to stream TV, music, videos and more directly to your hearing aids.

Get guidance from a hearing care professional
Your hearing care professional is an important part of the process of choosing a hearing aid. They’re specially trained to provide personalized and specific recommendations so that you get the most out of your hearing aids. Your hearing care professional will work with you to find the style that best fits your lifestyle, budget and degree of hearing loss.
ReSound hearing care professional interacting with a patient during an appointment.
What to expect during your first consultation
Before the test begins, you will discuss the types of hearing situations that have become difficult for you. Then the hearing care professional will look into your ear to make sure there are no obstructions.

A hearing care professional gives you personalized hearing care, including:

• testing for hearing loss

• assisting you with selecting hearing aids

• fitting hearing aids to your unique requirements

• guiding you with all matters of hearing aid maintenance and support