Trouble Hearing?

10 problems YOU may be experiencing and how we prevent them all!

10 problems you may be experiencing

  • Cannot understand speech in noisy environments

  • Difficulty understanding people who are wearing masks

  • Cannot understand people on the phone

  • The sound quality may be poor even in normal environments

  • It is possible to replace the hearing aid battery

  • The hearing aids whistle or are too loud.

  • Cannot hear people in the next room or while maintaining a 6-foot social distance

  • You hear your own voice echo in your current hearing aids

  • Your current hearing aids are uncomfortable to wear

  • Your hearing aids don’t connect to your smartphone or TV

NOBLE HEARING CENTER is a supplier of invisible hearing aids (IIC hearing aid) in different brands.

Top 10 Ways We Solve Hearing Problems

  • I perform a complete evaluation to determine audio thresholds and speech understanding ability in each ear.

  • To increase the range of auditory perception, the volume can be set to the desired position to increase the dynamics range.

  • One of the problems of patients is whistling hearing aids. There are several reasons for this. If the hearing aid is new, then there is no possibility of damage to the hearing aid. We need to control the hearing aid mold that is exactly the size of the patient's ear. Also, if the patient's hearing aid is of the back type of the phone, the mold hose should be checked so that it is completely healthy. Proper fitting eliminates the possibility of a whistle.

  • Proper adjustment of the hearing aid helps to adjust the harsh and soft sounds and the quality of speech comprehension.

  • Given that speech comprehension is important to the patient in all settings such as restaurants, parties, streets, traffic and conference rooms, fine-tuning the hearing aid is one of the tasks of the Nobel Center.

  • I adjust the instruments to make certain the patient’s own voice sounds natural, clear and comfortable.

  • I adjust the instruments to confirm that a normal voice can be heard from an adjacent room. I move to another room and ask questions at a normal conversational loudness level to determine if the patient can hear and understand from a distance.

  • We listen to TV to make sure that voices are clear and comfortably loud.

  • I play a wide variety of high-fidelity recorded music to ensure the music has the dynamic range and quality the patient prefers.

  • I encourage musicians (professional and amateur) to play their instruments during the fitting session to affirm sound quality meets their expectations.


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