Single-Sided Hearing Loss

Hearing Aid Style

Single-Sided Hearing Loss

Solutions for people with hearing loss in mainly one ear.

Single Sided Hearing Loss

Product Features

We typically recommend either a CROS or a BiCROS system. A CROS system consists of a single microphone and single receiver contained in two individual devices (one for each ear). The ear with little-to-no functional hearing is fit with the microphone-equipped device, and the ear with normal hearing is fit with the receiver-equipped device. Sound arriving at the ear with hearing loss will then transmit through a wireless connection to the receiver-equipped device on the normal-hearing ear — to help you hear sounds regardless of which side they’re coming from.

A BiCROS system consists of a microphone-equipped device that is fit to the poorer-hearing ear and a conventional hearing aid fit to the better-hearing ear that has some hearing loss.

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This place was great. Dr Alana and her staff are extremely professional and helpful. This was my first experience going to them for and I was very happy with there service. Dr Alana is always willing to spent the time with me and answered all the questions I had no...

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Keith and his team are great! They gave me a lot of their time when evaluating my hearing capabilities and needs. Sure you can purchase sound amplification devices and hearing aids over the counter, factory preset, some with a bit of adjustability. However, they do not come close to having...

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I have been going to SoundPoint for many many years. My wife has as well the last few years. Audiologists come and go but I have to tell you I have never had a more kind and personable Hearing Specialist than Keith Taylor! First of all the office specialists were...

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