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BRAIN HEARING


HEARING WITH YOUR BRAIN


Your ear is a sensory organ that delivers auditory information to your brain.  To interpret sounds correctly, your brain must receive the information as accurate and detailed as possible.

When you have hearing loss, your ears no longer give your brain accurate and detailed information, therefore, leaving your brain guessing and straining to perform its job.  This can lead to exhaustion, trouble locating sounds, and asking people to repeat often.



BRAIN’S JOB


Your Brain’s job is to recognize speech and other sounds in any environment.  Your Brain will locate and recognize where sounds are coming from. Your Brain’s natural ability is to focus what is most important to you and separate out all the other sounds.



GIVING YOUR BRAIN WHAT IT WANTS TO HEAR


Choosing Brain Hearing TM technology allows your brain to hear more naturally by providing:

  • Important details of speech
  • A hearing system that works in harmony with your brain
  • A faster computer chip to allow you follow conversations easier, reducing the listening effort
  • A hearing solution customized to your personal hearing preferences

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BRAIN HEARING DEVICES


Oticon Opn – a new kind of hearing device.

Oticon old technology focuses on one speaker suppresses all others

Old Technology

In complex listening environments where sound sources are many, dynamic and unpredictable, traditional hearing aid technology focuses on one sound source at a time. By reducing all other sound signals – speech and noise alike – it leaves the wearer with a narrowed and artificial listening experience.

Oticon opens up the listening environment so you hear multiple speakers

New Oticon Opn TM technology

Groundbreaking technology from Oticon is fast and precise enough to analyze and follow the dynamics of the soundscape, and differentiate between speech and noise. By rapidly and precisely reducing noise, it allows you to access and handle multiple speakers simultaneously.

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TYPES OF HEARING LOSS


A comprehensive audiologic evaluation must be completed to determine the types and severity of hearing loss to make appropriate recommendations for each patient. Pure tone and speech audiometry in addition to any additional assessments necessary for a profile of the hearing system. Patients who are bothered by Tinnitus will also have a complete tinnitus evaluation. Finally, the audiologic data provides a clinical foundation for recommendations on hearing aids and other assistive devices suitable for treating the types of hearing impairments listed below.

In general terms, there are two types of hearing loss, conductive and sensorineural. A combination of both is also seen as a mixed hearing loss.


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Kristy Brown
18:36 07 Jul 17
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