Premium care is included

A comprehensive medical approach to hearing loss

A higher level of expertise

Unlike devices that are sold directly online with little to no support from a hearing professional, or traditional hearing aids that are fit by an audiologist, Earlens combines the expert care of an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) physician and audiologist. In fact, Earlens is only offered through ENT physicians working with a hearing professional.

For so many years, the ENT community has released the patient to Audiology for rehabilitation and Earlens pulls us back together so that the patient is very aware that it’s the partnership between the ENT and audiologist that makes them successful. — Dr. Patti Ramos, Audiology Director

Advanced care from the get-go

Earlens is more than a hearing aid. It’s a new medical approach to treating hearing loss. That’s why Earlens brings together an ENT physician and audiologist to provide premium care for each patient, and post-fit remote support through the Concierge. Just as no two ears are alike, no two individuals are alike. With Earlens, you’ll receive the highest level of hearing healthcare.

Getting Started

Earlens Consultation: Your audiologist and physician will confirm whether you are a candidate for Earlens based on your hearing and your ear canal shape.

Ear Impressions: Every Earlens solution is custom built. You will have ear impressions taken that will be used to personalize your Lens and Ear Tips.

Fitting & Programming: The physician will place your Lens(es) and the audiologist will program your Processors based on your individual hearing needs.

I would recommend Earlens to anyone. I believe in the product, I believe in the service the company provides, I've told people about it and believe that they'll be as satisfied as I was. — Dante C.

Hearing loss affects more than just your hearing

Hearing is the foundation for how we communicate with one another, so changes in our hearing can change how we connect with others. Not surprisingly, hearing loss has also been correlated with other health conditions like depression, diabetes and heart disease. More recently, it was identified as the top modifiable risk factor for dementia—or the number one risk factor that people could do something about. Healthy hearing is an important part of our overall wellbeing and demands a high level of healthcare. Sources

~MILLION Americans have some degree of hearing loss.

rd most common health condition in the U.S., after heart disease and arthritis.

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

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

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