5 Hearing Aid Success Stories You Need to Watch

If you think hearing aids will make you look or feel old, then these 5 hearing aid success stories will change your mind. Thanks to recent advancements in hearing aid technology, today’s devices are more effective and more discreet than ever before. In fact, they are changing the lives of millions of people from all walks of life. Perceptions are changing and people are talking. Hearing aids are quickly becoming the next big thing in wearable hearing tech. Just watch these 5 awesome stories of cool, active individuals who are making the most of their best years with the use of hearing aids.

Adam Savage from Myth Busters shares his hearing aid success story.

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Dave Gellis from Blood, Sweat & Tears continues to rock with his hearing aids and wishes he would have done it sooner.

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Hearing aids opened up Claire’s world and helped her realize her dream career as a firefighter.

Gavin demonstrates how easy it is to use modern hearing aid tech with his phone.

Former Football Pro Terry Hanratty shares his initial hesitation, but how trying modern hearing aids changed his perception.

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The best way to experience the benefits of modern, medical-grade hearing aids is to take advantage of a 45-day trial period. hear.com works with all the leading brands, offers expert consultations, and provides access to over 1,600 local hearing care professionals to get you on the path to hearing success. We highly encourage you to secure a 45-day trial if you haven’t done so already. Otherwise, we look forward to hearing all about your personal success story.

Rick Rutter

Rick developed hearing loss as a child, so he’s familiar with the challenges it creates. He’s worn hearing aids for over 10 years and now leads product marketing for hear.com to encourage everyone to get the hearing care they need to live well.