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New Hearing Aids in Atlanta Help People Cope With Hearing Loss

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The Atlanta Hearing Doctor announces new hearing aids that take the hard work out of coping with hearing loss.

May 1, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

“People with hearing loss struggle to interpret sounds and often have to guess to fill in the gaps, which can be exhausting”, says Dr. Maria Wynens, the Atlanta Hearing Doctor. “Fortunately, today’s modern hearing aids provide a clearer, richer sound quality that allows people to more easily engage in conversations, even in noisy situations. And the improved sound quality means it takes less effort to understand what is being said.”

For Atlanta residents who want to experience the benefits of the newest hearing aids but hesitate because of budget considerations, the Atlanta Hearing Doctor has good news. Dr. Wynens is among the first audiologists in the US to offer the exclusive audiological features in the Oticon Ria, a new hearing solution from leading hearing instrument manufacturer Oticon, at an affordable price. Until now, such advanced technology features were available only in premium hearing aid systems.

“The new Ria provides excellent sound quality and gives people freedom to focus more easily on sounds that they want to hear, even in restaurants, social gatherings or other noisy environments,” explains the Atlanta Hearing Doctor. “In addition, Ria’s advanced technology significantly reduces interruptions caused by distorted sounds.”

“I tell my patients that they can gain so much more from Ria because I can adapt it to their hearing needs and the way they like to hear sound”, Dr. Wynens explains.

Like Oticon’s other advanced technology hearing aids, Ria features built-in wireless connectivity. With the addition of the new Oticon Connectline, the hearing aids can be synced to iPhones, transformed into a wireless headset to connect wirelessly with landline and cell phones, digital office phones, TVs, MP3 players, video chatting, and streaming.

The Oticon Ria is available in small, discreet styles to suit a variety of hearing and lifestyle needs. For more information about hearing aids, the Oticon Ria family or other hearing aid products, contact the Atlanta Hearing Doctor at 404-252-7528, or www.atlantahearingdoctor.com.

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Name: Dr. Maria Wynens
Email: drwynens@gmail.com
Phone: 404-252-7528
Organization: Atlanta Hearing Doctor

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