Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon is one of the oldest hearing aid manufacturers, having developed and distributed hearing aids as electric Acousticon devices in 1904. Oticon became a global company in 1965, made the first ultra-discreet in-the-ear (ITE) hearing device in 1977, its first digital device in 1996, and improved sound sensitivity along with streaming and connectivity features were first made available in 2007.

Oticon’s 21st century innovations are centered around their Brain Hearing philosophy which involves designing and building technology that supports how the brain processes sound and speech in order to create meaning from it rather than just amplifying sound.

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Oticon’s Hearing Technology Solutions

Their Opn technology platform is based on the Brain Hearing concept, providing device wearers with the capacity to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment. Connectivity on the Opn platform uses ConnectClip and the IFTTT (If This Then That) Network.

Micro-digital and nano-digital technology innovations are included in Oticon’s hearing instruments, allowing them to produce smaller, lighter, and more discreet hearing aids without sacrificing sound quality, voice clarity, and instrument performance.

Combining streaming with smartphone connectivity allows Oticon devices to integrate Tinnitus SoundSupport, which transmits white noise and other tinnitus masking sounds. Oticon’s Genie fitting and counseling tool makes it easier for your hearing care provider to fit your device and provide the necessary ongoing counseling and support without scheduling an in-office appointment.

Hearing aid model by Oticon at Highline Audiology & Hearing Aids

Trusted, Patient-Focused Hearing Care at Highline Audiology and Hearing Aids

Oticon hearing aids are just one of the many advanced technology solutions used by our doctors of audiology at Highline Audiology and Hearing Aids, but regardless of how innovative or advanced a technology, it can never replace you as our primary focus.

We start with a highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessment that identifies your unique hearing challenges and use the information we gather to design the hearing care that addresses your needs. With the best possible hearing to meet your lifestyle, budget, and personal preferences as our goal, our hearing instrument specialists help guide you through the process of selecting the hearing aid to meet your specific needs.

Besides fitting our patients with some of the most advanced hearing aid technology in the world from manufacturers, like Oticon, Signia, Phonak, and more, we provide ongoing technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair that makes it easy to enjoy better hearing and a better quality of life.

If you, or a loved one, is experiencing problems with your hearing or you need to take advantage of the expertise of one of our hearing aid technicians, contact the most trusted hearing care clinic in Burien, Seattle, and South King County using the adjacent form.

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So much damage to your hearing, your mental and physical health as well as relationships can be done when hearing loss is left untreated. Identifying the type and severity of hearing loss in order to customize a plan of treatment or preventive measures makes a hearing assessment a critical element in your overall health and quality of life.

To ensure your hearing health, or that of a loved one, don’t continue to put off having a hearing test. Take the first step on the journey to better hearing by scheduling a hearing assessment.

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