You’re in a noisy room and can’t hear your partner or colleagues because they’re not positioned on the side of your good ear, or you are on the phone and unaware of your environment. If this sounds familiar, LUXATO hearing aids LUX MAX SINGLE is the smart solution for you. 

One hearing aid or two?

If you're like most people with hearing loss, you'll probably find that it takes time to accept the idea that you need a hearing aid, and you may be unhappy when your audiologist recommends that you get not one, but two. Chances are that your first question will be, "Is it normal to get two hearing aids?" And then, "Do I really need two?"

If you have hearing loss in only one ear and normal or nearly normal hearing in the other, then one hearing aid is all you need. But most people have hearing loss in both ears, especially if the loss is age-related. (You may have one ear that's better than the other, but chances are both will be in the same ballpark.) In that case, research and experience suggest that you'll ultimately be more satis-fied with two hearing aids.

Can I Get Just One Hearing Aid?

When most people receive the news that they will need hearing aids, the biggest shock comes from learning how high the cost will be. It can be tempting to try and reduce the cost by buying only one aid for a “dominant” hearing ear and cut the cost in half. Unless you only have hearing loss in one ear, we strongly advice against this practice for a number of important reasons.

Why Wear Two Hearing Aids?

If you have hearing loss in both ears, research and experience suggest that you'll ultimately be more satisfied with two hearing aids. Because you can take better advantage of the way the brain processes sound through binaural hearing, which prevents further hearing deterioration due to auditory deprivation. Also, sounds will naturally be louder and clearer. It reduces the need for volume, which means less feedback, your brain will have an easier time localizing and focusing on speech in background noise. It allows better reception of quiet sounds and soft-spoken words. LUXATO, Your Personal Hearing Care Professional.