All About Hearing Aids
Find the hearing aid style that matches your individual lifestyle.
We believe in providing the right hearing solution for you. Your lifestyle and budget are factors in providing the best solution. The Atlanta Hearing Doctor offers a full line of digital hearing aids to serve your specific needs. Whether you are interested in reliable, easy-to-wear solutions at an affordable price, or in need of top-of-the-line hearing support, the Atlanta Hearing Doctor is a name you can trust for all your hearing needs.
Level 9 hearing aids are designed for individuals who lead active lifestyles and whose listening environments include frequent background noise.
- Demanding careers
- Group participation
- Family gatherings
- Church activities
- A variety of video and audio entertainment
- Diverse restaurant dining
- Sporting events
- Outdoor activities
Level 7 technology was designed for individuals who lead casual lifestyles and whose listening environments contain occasional background noise.
- Family gatherings
- Weekly church services
- Regular conversation
- Frequent television
- Quiet restaurant dining
- Small meetings
Level 5 hearing aid technology was designed for individuals who lead quiet lifestyles and whose listening environments include limited background noise.
- Regular visitors
- Limited music
- Some television
- Quiet shopping trips
- Limited religious services
Very Quiet Lifestyle
Level 3 hearing aid technology is designed for individuals who lead very quiet lifestyles and whose listening environments rarely include background noise.
- Activities in and around the home
- Infrequent television
- Small religious services
Unsure which brand is right for you?
We can help! We invite you to schedule a consultation with the Atlanta Hearing Doctor. At your appointment, Dr. Wynens will thoroughly assess your hearing and help you find the perfect aid for your lifestyle.
Hearing Aid Styles
The Atlanta Hearing Doctor has options sure to meet your hearing or cosmetic needs.
All hearing aids consist of three basic components: a microphone, an amplifier, and a speaker (also called the “receiver”). Where these are placed on the device varies by style, as does the internal circuitry that determines the sound quality and critical sound-processing features — like background noise reduction or spatial mapping (a feature that helps you to better understand the source of sound). Keep in mind that not all styles are suitable for all degrees of hearing loss.