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You Won’t Believe These Facts About Hearing Loss!


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Did you know?

Out of everyone who suffers with hearing loss, hearing aid owners are:

  • More likely to regularly engage in positive activities, like exercising and socialising
  • Less likely to feel embarrassed or rejected due to hearing loss
  • More likely to experience an improved quality of life, ability to communicate more easily, and willingness to engage in conversation and group activities

Modern hearing aids, like the Oticon Opn S, help you overcome hearing loss obstacles. You can rejoin the conversation again, even in difficult listening environments.

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Did you know?

Oticon Opn S hearing aids mean that you can:

  • Understand conversations at the same level as those with normal hearing*
  • Receive a 360-degree sound experience that gives your brain access to relevant sounds around you
  • Take advantage of the ability to connect wirelessly to smart devices
  • Experience less whistling/feedback sounds in the hearing aid
  • Benefit from rechargeable batteries 
  • Choose between discreet and invisible hearing aid styles

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Sources

1. Juul Jensen (2018). Closing a gap to normal hearing. Oticon White Paper.