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Help Us Compare the Latest “Open Invisible” Hearing Aid Technology

Help Us Compare the Latest “Open Invisible” Hearing Aid Technology

Help Us Compare the Latest “Open Invisible” Hearing Aid Technology

by | Aug 9, 2013 | Hearing Aids, News, Patient Resources

Our doctors of audiology are inviting you to try TWO uniquely different styles of open invisible hearing aids.

One type of invisible technology is designed to fit deep inside the ear canal, and the other is very small and fits behind the ear with a hair thin wire that connects to a tiny piece in the ear canal.

Benefits of Invisible Open Fit Hearing Aids:

  • Very discreet, comfortable (true fit), and water-resistant
  • Excellent feedback management (no whistling)
  • Aggressive noise reduction for background noise
  • Quick-acting digital signal processing for better sound clarity
  • Wireless compatible (directly connects to TV, phone, computer, and loved ones)

Participants can choose to evaluate one or both of the open invisible hearing aids (each one for 7 days).

Both hearing aid styles were developed for the most challenging listening environments.

Hearing aids used in the comparison study will be available for purchase upon trial completion.  You must qualify to be part of our study by August 31, 2013.

A hearing test and evaluation are required. Most insurances accepted. Call (435) 688-8991 today for details!

If we can help you realize greater benefit with these new technologies, we will BUY BACK your existing hearing aids.  Only trust your ears to a doctor of audiology.  We commit to providing you the highest hearing healthcare.  Contact us here.




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Dr. Ryan Whitaker

Dr. Whitaker joined Hearing & Balance Doctors of Utah in 2009. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Brigham Young University in 2005 with his Bachelors of Science in Audiology and Speech Pathology. He then received his Doctor of Audiology from the University of Arizona where he minored in Cognitive Neuroscience (the study of how people perceive sound). While at the University of Arizona, he specialized in evoked potentials, specifically researching Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials and the Acoustic Change Complex. He gained clinical experience at Tucson Ear, Nose, and Throat; St. Joseph’s Hospital Balance Center; Arizona Hearing Specialists; and the Center for Hearing Impaired Children. Dr. Whitaker was raised in Orem, Utah with three older sisters and a younger brother (who is also an audiologist). His grandfather was a cartoonist for the Walt Disney Studios where he drew Donald Duck and many characters in Peter Pan, Cinderella, and Alice in Wonderland before starting the BYU Motion Picture Studio. Dr. Whitaker is married and has three sons. He is passionate about college football and also enjoys hiking in Southern Utah, reading, and traveling. He has traveled extensively through South Asia including Thailand, India, Nepal, and a church mission to the Philippines.

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