Hearing Aid Brands
Finding the right hearing aid depends on the type of hearing loss you have, the severity, and the features you’re looking for. At Grove City Hearing we work with the best hearing aid brands in the world to ensure you get quality hearing aids.
Located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Starkey Hearing Technologies is an American-owned and operated hearing aid manufacturer. Starkey offers a wide selection of hearing aids including invisible products, smartphone compatible and new hearing & activity trackers.
One of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world, Phonak is a Swiss company who distributes hearing aids in more than 100 countries worldwide. Phonak’s hearing solutions include smart apps, rechargeable options, and “super discreet” hearing aids.
Signia, Siemens and Rexton are all manufactured by Sivantos, Inc., one of the world’s top manufacturers of hearing aids. One in every four hearing aids worldwide is developed and manufactured by The Sivantos Group. In addition to traditional hearing aids, they offer solutions for Tinnitus.
Manufactured by global hearing aid company Sigantos, Inc., Rexton is only available through medical professionals trained to fit them. Their wide variety of hearing aids offer a high quality of sound at reasonable prices.
Oticon’s slogan is “people first” and are dedicated to empowering people to communicate freely and naturally. A world leader in hearing science and technology, they’ve offered innovative solutions since 1904.
ReSound is owned by The GN Group, a global company with more than 140 years of experience in hearing technology. ReSound’s selection of intelligent hearing aids, hearables, wireless accessories and apps offer solutions for every need.
Have trouble hearing on the phone? You may be eligible for a free captioned telephone. CaptionCall is an innovative telephone technology. You dial and speak like on any phone, but with the help of communication assistants, you get written captions much like captions on your television. Give us a call, we can help you determine if you are eligible and verify your hearing loss.