There’s nothing like the knowledge you gain from years of experience, and at The Hearing Center we’ve been helping patients select the right hearing aid for their needs since 1978. We only work with brands who have a reputation for excellent performance and who create hearing aids with the best interests of our patients in mind.
Signia has pushed the boundaries of hearing aid design and technology to create products that offer patients the ability to hear easily and with discretion. Founded in 1847, and formerly known as Siemens, they boast an extensive range of devices that fit nearly every budget.
- Styletto X Connect
- Pure Charge & Go X
- Cros X Charge&Go
- 312 Pure X
- Silk Cros
Phonak is a household name that’s known for making quality and diverse products. Phonak’s line of hearing aids tackle even the most challenging hearing impairments. From utilizing the latest technology to creating devices that are fun for children to wear, they aim to offer a full array of hearing aids for everyone.
- Audeo Paradise
- Audeo Recharge Paradise
- Virto B-Titanium
- Cros B-R
Starkey’s technology has only continued to advance for the last several decades. Based out of Minnesota, their early success allowed the company to rapidly expand and pave the way for hearing aid advancements across the globe. Completely revolutionizing the hearing aid industry in the 1990’s, and now with over 500 people in their Research & Development department, they work diligently to offer patients the latest options on the market.
- Livio AI Edge Custom Rechargeable
- Livio AI Edge RIC Rechargeable
- SoundLens Synergy IQ
Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon has a rich history in the hearing aid industry and creates innovative devices that meet the needs of every patient. Founded over 100 years ago, they continuously develop new models that assist in making sounds clearer and allowing you to interpret what you’re hearing with ease. We find that patients from all walks of life see immense success with Oticon products.
- Opn S (Rechargeable and non-rechargeable)
- Opn (Rechargeable and non-rechargeable)
ReSound Hearing Aids
Founded in 1943 by Dr. Rodney Perkins at Stanford University, ReSound offers a range of hearing aids to meet every unique budget, lifestyle, and type of hearing loss. By combining breakthroughs in technology with common sense design, they’ve become a favourite of patients and hearing healthcare professionals alike.
- LiNX 3D
Rexton Hearing Aids
Selecting the best hearing aid for your lifestyle should be an easy choice, and with that goal in mind Rexton manufactures a variety of styles that meet the needs of patients around the world. Focusing on devices that offer a natural hearing experience, their hearing aids and accessories make hearing easy again.
Sonic Hearing Aids
With a strong track record of creating quality hearing aids that integrate the latest in technology, Sonic has become a preferred provider among healthcare professionals and patients alike. They recognize that each instance of hearing loss is as unique as the person it affects, and their devices offer state-of-the-art features that enhance the wearer’s quality of life each and every day.
Unitron Hearing Aids
Winning multiple awards for their compact and user-friendly designs, Unitron is always looking to the future when developing their next products. They place a strong emphasis on creating hearing aids that patients will be proud to wear and that enhance the quality of their day to day lives.
Widex Hearing Aids
Function and design are both seamlessly integrated in hearing aids manufactured by Widex. Two Danish families established the brand in 1956, and by 1995 they were the first in the market to release a completely digital hearing aid. Since then they have proven time and time again that innovative craftsmanship and a commitment to quality are essential when creating products that last.
Hearing Aid Repair
Hearing aids today are sophisticated devices capable of incredible feats. Since their users depend on them throughout the day, hearing aids get exposed to a wide array of environments and conditions, and their tiny components occasionally require repair.