The first and most important step in any process that involves hearing aids is to meet with one of our Audiologists as we find the technalical knowledge of 8 years of education and training with companies like Oticon translate to a great outcome for your specific outcome. No two hearing losses are the same and our staff at Audiology of Greenville, New Bern, Wilmington, Charlotte, and Southpoint have the education and experience to see if Oticon is a proper solution for your hearing needs. Schedule an appointment today to see if Oticon is right for you.

Oticon: Better Hearing, Better Living

Oticon has been a world leader in hearing care since 1904 and has the industry’s most advanced center for hearing instrument technology. Their vision is for a world where hearing loss has no limitation.

Brain Hearing technology from Oticon

Technology so advanced, it supports your brain.

You actually don’t hear with your ears. It’s your brain that processes sound. BrainHearing™ technology in Oticon Opn S scans the environment 100 times per second and provides a constant 360° soundscape that supports the way your brain naturally interprets sound. Empowering you to take an active part in difficult listening situations, just like people with normal hearing.

Oticon Opn S gives you proven BrainHearing benefits:

  • Reduces your listening effort
  • Helps you remember more of what is being said
  • Gives you better speech understanding
  • Improves your ability to follow conversations with multiple speakers

If you’re ready to make the switch today, find your local team. We have:

Give your local team a call today and never miss a sound again!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Oticon

Does Oticon Connect to my Phone?

Oticon connects to most bluetooth devices including phones, televisions, and even remote microphones. Discuss with our Audiologist as we can help in almost any environment if we understand your needs and where you interact with most.

Frequently Asked Questions About Oticon

Oticon hearing aids might be the best option to help you live a better life but it is key to meet with our Audiologists around North Carolina are here to answer your questions. Read our FAQ below or give your local office a call.

Can Oticon hearing aids be repaired?

Oticon hearing aids can usually be repaired. See your local audiologist about any needed repairs! We offer a 2nd opinion clinic that is free if you purchased from elsewhere. Most Oticon instruments come with a 3 Year loss and damage coverage.

How do I get Oticon hearing aids

First, make an appointment at your local Audiology of North Carolina location. We will discuss your needs and get a hearing test done. After that, depending on your appointment, we may perform a hearing aid fitting. Our hearing experts have everything you need to get started with Oticon.

Does Your Current Hearing Technology Meet Your Needs?

You don’t have to miss out on any sounds any longer when you schedule an appointment with Audiology of North Carolina. Our audiologists will examine your current technology to see if it’s meeting your needs.