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Hearing Healthcare Tip: Sound tailored to your needs


hearing healthcareYou know your hearing aid better than anyone – particularly the way it sounds.

This explains why advances in hearing aid technology that can make a genuine difference often go unnoticed when people try a new device. It’s only natural that it would time for the brain to adjust itself to take advantage of new enhancements.

With Dynamo, available at Hearing Healthcare of Virginia, there’s no need to stick with an outdated hearing aid when significant improvements are at hand.

Oticon’s unique BrainHearing technology is designed to make you adjust more easily to your new hearing aids by helping you make better sense of sound.

With YouMatic, the personalisation tool used with Oticon Dynamo, you can have sound tailored to your personal listening preferences and needs. Ultimately, this makes it easier for you to adapt to a new, enriched sound and gives you a more natural listening experience.


About Hearing Healthcare of Virginia

Hearing Healthcare of Virginia was founded to help members of our community get more from a local hearing care provider. Hearing Healthcare of Virginia continues the tradition of better hearing through education, technology, and customer service

Hearing Healthcare of Virginia is offering complimentary hearing screenings at its six locations in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia – Charlottesville, Covington, Culpeper, Fishersville, Harrisonburg, and Lexington.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (888) 512-1164.

More online at www.HearVirginia.com.


About Oticon Dynamo

If you are very hard of hearing, you know all too well there’s a long way from hearing sounds to making sense of them. Even with a “powerful” hearing aid, critical high frequency sounds are often lost, making it hard to catch the meaning. Developed for people with severe to profound hearing loss, Oticon Dynamo hearing aids fill in the missing speech details so that you understand more and can stay in the conversation. More online at Oticon.com.



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