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Our mission is to be the hearing care provider of choice in New Zealand. To do that means we have to be the best at everything we do. At Triton Hearing we believe in choice, and offer a great balance between client outcomes and client service. Our commitment to providing hearing advice, solutions and care extends to those less fortunate and through our Triton Hearing “Give Back” programme, our clinic teams have the joy and privilege to help people within their communities who are not able to afford hearing aids.
Your Hearing Specialists
If you are experiencing hearing loss, it is important to get advice from a specialist you can trust. A good audiologist will offer you advice, assess your hearing, recommend a hearing aid, and adjust it to your personal requirements. This page offers valuable information on hearing issues, what you can expect on a first visit, what kind of help is available, and how the professionals are trained.
Which hearing aid should I choose?
Just as every individual is different, no two types of hearing loss are the same. This is why there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to hearing aids. Fortunately, with the assistance of an audiologist, you will be able to find a hearing aid that perfectly fits your needs and your particular type of hearing loss. Below, we explain the journey toward purchasing a hearing aid, and what you should bear in mind.
Prevention and treatment
If you suddenly hear whistling, whooshing, or buzzing in your ear, the first step is to stay calm. While tinnitus is unpleasant, it’s not a symptom of a serious illness. The good news is that tinnitus that suddenly occurs usually disappears on its own quite quickly. But what should you do if the whistling or whooshing noises in your ear just won’t go away? The most important thing is to obtain a precise diagnosis of the causes of the sound in the ear. There are various treatment options, depending on the situation.
The right hearing aid
Every case of hearing loss is as unique as a fingerprint, and every hearing aid wearer has individual needs. This is why there is such a wide selection of hearing aids available, rather than a one size fits all approach. Your audiologist will carefully analyze which models are suitable for your hearing loss, and which are most appropriate for your needs. Find out here what is involved:
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