Suwanee, GA – While the ability to hear is essential to the human experience, approximately 48 million Americans suffer from mild or severe hearing loss, according to Hearing Loss Association of America. When left untreated, hearing loss can cause serious physical/mental health problems such as dementia, depression, and memory/concentration decline. Since its inception in 2015, Onebridge has partnered with US audiologists and world-leading hearing device manufacturers to develop affordable hearing amplifiers and aids that meet individual and family needs. Their products are FDA-registered and individuals can trust Onebridge with quality.
“We foster a world where there’s a solution to every hearing loss. Onebridge helps people hear the world using the most innovative technology and service-oriented dedication.” – Company Representative.
Many people with hearing defects struggle to get through their days, even with sign language. Purchasing hearing aid devices ensures that a person hears softer sounds, makes sense of a room’s atmosphere, and maintains cordial relationships with strangers/loved ones. Onebridge hearing aids company is seizing the trend. It provides better-quality and cost-effective options that suit individual styles, whether a person has a bubbly, calm, quiet, reserved or colorful personality. With the help of a doctor, clients can choose aids and amplifiers to retain hearing or understand their surroundings. The company’s team also offers guidance and direction on the accessories that match a client’s current needs.
The receiver in ear canal (RIC) hearing aids doesn’t get much attention compared to other types of devices on the market. However, clients should consider them as the receiver is on the outside of the ear and produces accurate sound quality, enhancing words, sounds, and the environment. They’re also discreet, perfect for people who don’t want to discuss their hearing loss/issues. Onebridge RIC hearing aids come with a hearing amplifier, portable charging case, user manual, storage box, USB cable, ear domes, and a cleaning tool. They’re easy to use with volume adjustment features to control sounds.
Compared to RIC devices, In the canal (ITC) and in the ear (ITE) hearing aids are small and invisible, eliminating the feeling of the foreign body sensation in the ear and allowing one to wear other accessories freely, such as glasses. The curved surface, ear angle, and digital noise reduction chip provide natural sound, optimize listening comfort, and improve noisy environments. Once installed, it removes the complex operation buttons popular with other hearing aids. With the one-button operation feature, clients can short or long press to adjust the sound or mode. The hearing aids automatically turn on/off when entering and leaving the charging box.
One of the advancements Onebridge has made with its devices is creating Bluetooth hearing aids and a personalized app. Clients can easily connect their hearing aids to any iPhone or Android device to stream movies/music and answer calls without interfering with other people in the house/office. The Bluetooth hearing aids have the ITC, ITE and RIC designs so clients can enjoy uninterrupted hearing activities. Additionally, the company has personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) for purchase with or without physician evaluations or healthcare advice. They also offer customers free online hearing tests to check for hearing loss and offer them customized advice on how to choose the right hearing aid. They’re perfect for individuals considering getting hearing aids or resolving mild hearing loss conditions.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about hearing aids or shop conveniently on their website. Visit the website at www.onebridge-us.com.
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