One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Choosing the right hearing aid involves working with a trustworthy Partner Audiologist to find a product that fits your type of hearing loss, your lifestyle and your budget. Partners also take into account your dexterity, vision and even ear canal size.

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A History of Modern Hearing Aids

Two fundamental technologies exist; the original analog devices and modern, digital hearing aids. Its rare to find analog devices today but they still still exist on the market. These devices amplify sound by converting it into an electronic signal using a speaker in the ear. Digital varieties contain a modern silicon processor that converts sound into electronic signals. This provides a clearer, crisper and more intelligent processing of sound. A key advantage of digital aids is that they can be fine tuned to amplify different frequencies at different volumes and can even be tailor tuned to your individual hearing needs.

How Hearing Aid Products Differ

Hearing aids come in a variety of sizes, shapes and fits. Each brand has their own trademark but most hearing aids fit into the following 3 categories.

Behind The Ear

Perfect for younger patients, the behind the ear or BTE is contained in a super small case that is held behind the ear. Only a thin tube connects the case to a mold inside the ear. These are super easy to adjust as the controls are outside the ear so volume can easily be changed on the fly for ease of use. These are the most common and most popular among patients.

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In The Ear

In The Ear aids compromise of both the invisible and the behind the ear. The whole unit is contained in housing that sits inside the ear canal, however they are still visible within the ear when looking from the outside. There are many different options to choose from including some that sit well inside the ear.

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Invisible

The invisible device is the latest, most high tech style of hearing aid. These are each custom molded directly into your ear canal, only the most discerning person would ever notice that you are wearing one. These are for those wanting high tech hearing with a more discreet look.

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Why Choose Ozen

Ozen partners with your local audiologist to help you find the perfect hearing aids at Australia's most competitive prices.

45 Day No Risk Free Trial

We want you to be completely satisfied with your hearing aid purchase. If not we'll offer you a full refund within 45 days.

Competitive Pricing

Due to our lower overheads, our prices are at least 40% cheaper than most chains. We pass on those savings to you.

Access To Top Audiologists

We only work with the very best independent audiologists to ensure you always receive honest & unbiased advice.

More Questions About Hearing Aids?

How Much Do Hearing Aids Cost?

The cost of a the devices can vary greatly from audiologist. The prices generally range from around $800 per aid and can run up to over $5000.

There are many factors that influence the price including the style chosen, the level of technology used, the level of government subsidies available as well as the whether the hearing professional is bundling service within.

Why Are Some More Expensive Than Others?

Manufacturers split up their models into different tiers with the highest tier generally being the most expensive and jam packed with the latest technology and functions. Also, the higher tiers also normally have the most range of styles and colours which can better suit your lifestyle needs.

These are just a few of the reasons why hearing aid prices differ, some Audiologists also bundle in service into the price of the products while others charge separately for the aid and service.

How Can I Get More Help?

Here at Ozen we understand that choosing a device can be a difficult and costly decision. Simply give us a call for a no obligation and free consultation, we pride ourselves on giving unbiased and expert advice that is right for you. We have partnered with hearing clinics around Australia, so when the time is right for you to seek a professional for your hearing aids or cochlear implant we can set you up with an appointment wherever you are. After your phone consultation, we can organise a fitting at a local clinic which from there they will test your hearing and pick the perfect aids for you. We operate in all major Australian cities, so wherever you live, if you're looking at getting your hearing checked we can help.

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