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A Revolution in
Hearing Technology
and Care

A Revolution in
Hearing Technology and Care

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2.5X Broader Frequency Range

Experience 2.5 times greater range of frequencies than traditional hearing aids— for drastically improved sound quality and better speech understanding in environments with background noise.

Custom Fit For Your Ears and Lifestyle

No two ears are the same. That’s why every Earlens solution is completely customized to your unique needs—from the fit to the programming.

Stream to Your iPhone Using Bluetooth

Use the Earlens App and Made for iPhone connectivity features to personalize additional settings for different situations, and easily adjust your Earlens.

No Acoustic Feedback

Earlens works with your natural hearing system by gently vibrating the eardrum—so you hear the full spectrum of sound, without the high-pitched squeaking.

Rechargeable —No Need For Batteries

Your Earlens does not require any batteries. Simply recharge the Processor at night and you’re good to go.

Hearing Loss
Affects More Than
Just Your Hearing

Hearing is the foundation for how we communicate with one another, so changes can impact how we connect with others. Not surprisingly, hearing loss has also been correlated with other health conditions like depression, diabetes and heart disease, and is the top modifiable risk factor for dementia. Healthy hearing is an important part of our overall wellbeing and demands a high level of healthcare.

Hearing Loss
Affects More Than
Just Your Hearing

Hearing is the foundation for how we communicate with one another, so changes can impact how we connect with others. Not surprisingly, hearing loss has also been correlated with other health conditions like depression, diabetes and heart disease, and is the top modifiable risk factor for dementia. Healthy hearing is an important part of our overall wellbeing and demands a high level of healthcare. Sources

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48M

Approximately 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. It’s the third most common health condition following heart disease and arthritis.

2x

Men are almost twice as likely as women to have hearing loss among adults age 20-69.

28.8M

About 28.8 million adults in the U.S. could benefit from wearing hearing aids—but only 1 in 5 of them actually uses them.

7 Years

People with hearing loss wait an average of 7 years before seeking help.

88%

88% of hearing aid users said that their hearing aids improved their quality of life either regularly or occasionally.

5x

Mild hearing loss doubled dementia risk. Moderate loss tripled risk, and people with a severe hearing impairment were five times more likely to develop dementia.

#1

Hearing loss is the #1 modifiable risk factor for dementia.