Have questions? Review our hearing aid FAQ and hearing loss FAQ provided below. If you need further help, don’t hesitate to contact us.
The vast majority of hearing losses found in adults can be only improved with properly fitted hearing aids. A small number of hearing losses can be treated medically, especially if they are caused by a blockage in the ear canal or improper middle ear function. A visit to your Audiologist or hearing health professional will help determine the best course of action.
Similar to many other products, the technological advances in hearing instruments have been astonishing. No longer just basic amplifiers for all types of sounds, today's digital instruments from Rexton are computer programmed to selectively amplify sounds based on each individual's hearing needs. There are innovations specifically designed to minimize background noise, improve speech clarity, reduce feedback whistling, and even learn what volume settings a wearer prefers. Most hearing aids today contain technology that does not require wearers to adjust them, but rather they can assess the situations and adjust themselves automatically. Some are even rechargeable so there's no daily fuss with tiny batteries.
By visiting Rexton's website, you've already taken an important first step in understanding and treating your hearing loss. Next, you should visit an Audiologist or hearing care professional. They can perform a battery of painless tests to determine if you have a hearing loss. If appropriate, any intervention or treatment options can be discussed during your visit, and these experts can answer any other questions you may have.