The new hidden hearing aids that are changing Australian lives

Australians will be impressed by these new devices.

Australians will be impressed by these new devices. Photo:

The latest hearing aids are like nothing you’ve seen before. In fact, some are virtually invisible.

Recent advances have dramatically improved the appearance, size and quality of hearing devices available to Australians.

Government research shows that 58 per cent of Australians aged 61 to 70 have some hearing loss. This number increases to 74 per cent in the 71-plus age bracket.

Hearing loss is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about, and is a natural part of ageing.

And the latest devices to hit the market are so discreet and powerful that the inconvenience of age-related hearing loss might soon be a thing of the past.

Amazing new technology

The hearing aid of the 21st century is nothing like the clunky piece of equipment your parents or grandparents might have worn.

Newer models are often scarcely bigger than a fingernail and have vastly superior sound quality than their 20th century counterparts.

If you find you often have to ask people to repeat themselves, or you struggle to hear in loud environments, it might be worth considering a hearing aid.

One of the newer technological breakthroughs are invisible or “hidden” hearing aids. These fit comfortably into the wearer’s ear and amplify sounds without being noticeable to an observer.

Here’s how you do it

Step 1: Go to

Step 2: Answer a few questions and you will be able to compare hearing aids available in your area. You might also be eligible for significant savings.

No more suffering in silence

If you feel that hearing loss is affecting your quality of life, there has never been a better time to trial a hearing aid.

It’s completely free to book a hearing test and check out your options, with no obligations to buy a device.

Tests are painless, non-invasive, and take just 15 minutes.

Prices for devices differ, so it’s important to compare the market and shop around.

Some people are also eligible for government subsidies, and might be entitled to further rebates if they have private health insurance.

All devices also come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and complimentary after care.

Hearing loss has a huge impact on overall health and quality of life, but there’s no longer any reason to suffer in silence.

Book a free hearing check now and regain your quality of life.

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