Oticon Own Hearing Aids from Island Better Hearing in Melville, NY
Experience Your World Your Way
At Island Better Hearing in Melville, NY we hear stories all the time of people in our community who are desperate to reconnect to their world, but are hesitant to get hearing aids because they are afraid of looking dumb by wearing them.
We are proud to be one of the select hearing aid centers in the Melville, NY area to offer a new form of hearing aids from Oticon that are completely invisible*.
Change Your life with Oticon Own
Nobody will know you have hearing aids
If you struggle with hearing loss, it can make you feel isolated and misunderstood. Hearing aids are proven to help you reconnect and live a better life, but aren’t always a perfect solution.
Traditional hearing aids can be very bulky and announce to the world that you have hearing loss. They don’t always represent sound in a natural way. Because old-fashioned hearing aids are made to make all sounds louder, they can muffle some frequencies and amplify others in an unnatural way. The world around you can sound a little weird, and your brain will have to do extra work to keep up.
Oticon Own is a brand-new technology that addresses these key issues with traditional hearing aids head-on.
- No one will notice your hearing aids
The smallest Oticon Own hearing aid is made to be unnoticed — in fact, it is invisible in 9 out of 10 ears.*
- Made to support your brain
Gives your brain access to the full sound environment, so it works more effectively and naturally.
- Sounds like your natural ears
World’s first in-the-ear hearing aid with an onboard Deep Neural Network** trained on 12 million real-life sounds.
- Connects everywhere you do
Enjoy two-way hands-free communication with select iPhone® & iPad® devices and direct streaming from select Android™ devices.***
*Rumley et al. (2022). Oticon Own evidence. Oticon Whitepaper
**DNN is only available in Oticon Own 1, 2 and 3
***Only available in styles with 2.4 GHz. Android devices need to support ASHA to allow direct connectivity to Oticon Own. iPhone and iPad devices need to support two‑way hands‑free communication. Please visit oticon.com/support/compatibility for more information and to see which devices are compatible