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Hearing Aids

Approximately 80% of hearing losses can be managed with hearing aids.  However, only 1 in 4 individuals who could benefit from hearing aid use currently own them. On average, individuals with difficulty hearing tend to wait about 10 years before seeking help. During that time period, communication with loved ones becomes more difficult and other negative health effects from hearing loss increase. The Audiologists at Mile HIgh Hearing strive to educate you on the many benefits of hearing aid use and help you to make an informed decision about hearig aid use. 

Benefits of Hearing Aid Use

  • Cognitive Stimulation: The risk of dementia is up to five times greater in people with untreated hearing loss. Hearing aids have been shown to significantly reduce the increased risk of cognitive decline.
  • Improve Quality of Life: People who use hearing aids are more likely to be optimistic and feel engaged in life. They are also more likely to have a strong social network.
  • Decrease Fall Risk: The risk of falling is three times greater in people with untreated hearing loss. Hearing aids have been shown to decrease that risk. The Audiologists at Mile High Hearing will also provide other recommendations for decreasing the risk of falling. 
  • Protects Income and Earnings: People with hearing loss may lose as much as $30,000 in income annually. The use of hearing aids reduces the risk of income loss by 90-100% for those with mild hearing loss and 65-77% for those with moderate to severe hearing loss. 

The Hearing Aid Process

The first step in the hearing aid process is to have a diagnostic hearing evaluation by an Audiologist to determine hearing aid candidacy and to assess the auditory system. If hearing aids are recommended, a hearing aid consultation may follow the evaluation or can be scheduled for another day. Many aspects should be considered when recommending hearing aids: degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, physical abilities, anatomical structure, budget, and personal preference. The Audiologists at Mile High Hearing promise to provide you with the most up to date research and technology and will work with you to find the best hearing aid fit for you. 

The highest quality of hearing healthcare is provided to patients at Mile High Hearing, ensuring your success with hearing aids. We believe patient education is vital to the hearing aid process and managing your hearing loss.

Below you will find links to more detailed hearing aid information:


Primary Hearing Aid Manufacturers We Fit:

Oticon

Oticon

Oticon was founded on a compassion for people and a deep understanding of the role that hearing plays in living a richer and fuller life. People First is Oticon's promise to empower people to communicate freely, interact naturally and participate actively.

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Widex

Widex

At Widex, we combine years of understanding with a natural curiosity in finding solutions to individual hearing loss. Our uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first fully digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as our own revolutionary wireless technology.

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We Also Work With:

  • Phonak
  • Unitron
  • Starkey
  • Sonic Innovations
  • Siemens
  • Resound

Mile High Hearing is not financially obligated or associated with any hearing aid manufacturer. The Audiologists at Mile High Hearing will work with you to find the best hearing aid option for you.