New hearing aid sweeping Australia

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Australia’s latest hearing aid is like nothing you’ve ever seen. In fact, when it’s in your ear it’s essentially invisible.

If you’ve been living with untreated hearing loss but don’t want to wear a cumbersome hearing aid, there’s a new option available to you. Not only are the new hearing aids completely invisible from the outside, they can be worn around the clock for several months.

To find out if these hearing aids are suitable for you, visit to connect with an audiologist in your area. When you use this new online service, you’ll be entitled to a free hearing test to assess your level of hearing loss.

Hearing loss affects millions of Australians each year, but modern technology is offering more solutions than ever before. As you get older, you may notice that your hearing isn’t as sharp as it once was. A quick 15-minute test can identify your degree of hearing loss.

An audiologist will then discuss your options for the invisible hearing aids. These devices are suitable for mild to moderately-severe hearing loss, and do not require surgical implantation or batteries.

People love these aids because they are a convenient way to improve your hearing. You can wear them while you sleep, shower, exercise, and go about your daily activities, plus they offer a natural sound quality.

Invisible hearing aids don’t have to wreak havoc on your bank account, either. Pensioners and people with private health insurance may be eligible for major rebates on purchases.

Visit today to find out how an invisible hearing aid could improve your quality of life. You can book your free hearing test through the same site , and you may be able to trial a new hearing aid before you purchase.

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