• Best Hearing Aids

    February 01, 2018
    Oticon Opn 1 Released in April 2016, the Oticon Opn 1 is one of the best hearing aids on the market. The device is built on Oticon’s Velox platform and features 64 frequency processing channels, environmental analysis of 100 times per second, and the highest level of BrainHearing support, as well as Bluetooth and internet… Read more »
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  • Hearing Device Manufacturers

    February 01, 2018
    Oticon was founded by Hans Demant in 1904. Han’s wife suffered hearing loss, and his passion to help her lead a life unhindered by her hearing loss is what led to the establishment of Oticon. The company started out as a distributor of hearing devices in Denmark, then in 1940 Hans’ son, William, who had… Read more »
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  • Capabilities of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

    January 31, 2018
    In the past, hearing aids needed to be removed in order to use headphones for personal audio devices such as mobile phones and music players. However, more advanced technology exists today, which allows wireless hearing aids to connect with personal electronic devices and stream signals directly to the hearing aids using Bluetooth. This means you… Read more »
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  • Preventing Hearing Loss

    January 30, 2018
    Work-related activities and recreational activities can often involve hazardous noise exposures, which can put your hearing at risk. There are a number of steps you can take to help prevent noise-induced hearing loss and help prevent age-related hearing loss from becoming worse. Always wear earmuffs or earplugs when using loud equipment at work or at… Read more »
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  • Symptoms of Hearing Loss

    January 30, 2018
    For some people, signs of hearing loss can be subtle and come on slowly. For others, they can be significant and come on suddenly. Either way, there are a number of symptoms that are common with hearing loss. You may have hearing loss if you experience some of these symptoms: Sounds and speech are muffled… Read more »
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  • Cochlear Implants

    August 03, 2017
    The cochlea is the organ within the inner ear responsible for receiving and transmitting sound signals to the brain via the cochlear nerve. If the hair receptor cells within the cochlea are damaged, signals may not make it to the cochlear nerve or the brain, resulting in difficulty hearing.
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  • How to Treat Tinnitus

    August 03, 2017
    While there is not yet a direct cure for tinnitus, it is possible to treat its underlying causes. Because this condition can be caused by so many different factors, the treatment options vary significantly from person to person.
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  • What is Tinnitus?

    August 03, 2017
    After being around loud noises like fireworks, live music, or gunfire, you might experience ringing in your ears. Ears can begin to ring in reaction to extremely loud and sudden sounds.
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  • Reading an Audiogram

    August 03, 2017
    An audiogram displays how well you can hear sounds of varying pitches. This information is represented using a graph. Along the horizontal axis, you will see a list of frequencies. The frequencies will rise in pitch as you go from left to right.
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  • How Does The Ear Work?

    August 03, 2017
    The part of the ear that we are all most familiar with is known as the pinna. The pinna is the external ear you see on the side of your head. It is responsible for catching and funnelling sound toward the ear canal.
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What Our Customers Say About Us

Roslyn (Minyama)

I’m very satisfied with my hearing aids. They are very comfortable and can’t be seen inside my ears. They have assisted me greatly at home and at work.

Lily (Maroochydore)

My specialist, Karen at the Maroochydore centre deserves a special mention. Karen always has been very approachable and understanding. She always makes me feel at ease and is obviously extremely competent at her work.

Allan (Buderim)

Thank you for helping me select my hearing aids. I can now understand almost everything and am very impressed with your service and ongoing support.

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