Hearing instruments can be truly life changing, and that is the experience we would like to assist you with at Wyoming Otolaryngology. Consulting with the experts is probably the best FIRST choice you can make when considering what’s right for you. Coming to Wyoming Otolaryngology will give you secure answers to some very important questions like:
- Will my hearing devices perform well in background noise (YES!)
- Are they reliable and long lasting? (YES!)
- Will I get excellent support and service for the life of my hearing instruments? (YES!)
All of these are valid and important questions to ask, but there is one question that is equally important- which style of hearing aid is right for me?
There are several things to consider when choosing a hearing aid: Comfort, styles, and flexibility for life are a few considerations.
The hearing experts at Wyoming Otolaryngology take so much pride in helping guide you towards the best technology from leading (and reliable) manufacturers, to find what fits best for you.
Here are a few pieces of educational information you might find helpful before your visit:
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Hearing Instruments feature a small, discreet speaker attached to a thin, almost invisible wire that rests comfortably in the ear canal. For additional power, Traditional Behind-the-Ear hearing instruments use a tube with a larger diameter, coupled to a custom ear piece, molded specifically, to sit comfortably, in the ear. Traditional BTE’s offer rich sound quality and clarity for those who need additional power for severe hearing losses.
Wyoming Otolaryngology also offers various In-the-Ear (ITE) styles, which are custom-made to fit deeply and comfortably inside of the ear. ITE Hearing Instruments offer a visibly discreet style and, while they are not suitable for all cases of hearing loss, those who utilize ITE’s are happy with the natural placement of the instrument’s microphone.
In addition to the various Hearing Instrument selections, Wyoming Otolaryngology also offers a wide-array of accessories and Assistive Listening Devices (ALD), such as: television adaptors, remote controls, connection clips and personal microphones. Wyo Oto also features various forms of electronic hearing protection and passive protection for hunters and shooters, as well as hearing protection and communication headsets for musicians. Likewise, Wyoming Otolaryngology offers swim molds as well, to offer protection during underwater adventures.
In cases where hearing instruments are not enough, Wyo Oto provides surgical options, such as Bone-Anchored Hearing Devices (BAHA). BAHA examples can be demonstrated in-office for those who have mixed hearing loss, as well as single-sided deafness.
All of these options and more are available at Wyoming Otolaryngology. To experience the technology for yourself, call 307-577-4240 for a free demo and a risk-free trial.
If you think you’re ready, and would like to take a step towards some positive life changing products, start the conversation with us and call for a consultation. We offer a “No Risk” experience with the market’s best technologies at various price points and we love to meet new people and look forward to seeing you soon! You’re in good hands. Guaranteed!