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You deserve the best. You deserve Oticon.

If you’re diagnosed with hearing loss, your VHA benefits include Oticon products. We have a full line of instruments designed to address the entire range of hearing needs. Ask for Oticon by name.

 

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Oticon Opn — Hear better and remember more with less effort

Opn is changing more people’s lives with a new world of sound, helping them open up to the world like never before. Opn is the first hearing aid proven to work in harmony with the brain to help people hear better with less effort and to remember more of what is being said.

Now with new styles and features, Opn is available to more people. 

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Available Hearing Devices

Opn™

Following conversation in noisy situations is the number one challenge for people with hearing loss. Oticon Opn solves this problem by working in harmony with your brain to improve your ability to understand speech better, and focus on what’s important even in complex listening environments. With Oticon Opn, you will notice a decrease in listening effort and an increase in remembering more of what people said to you.

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Alta2 Pro Ti

If you suffer from tinnitus along with hearing loss, Alta2 Pro Ti includes Oticon's exclusive Tinnitus SoundSupport™ feature that provides tinnitus relief sounds that can be used in conjunction with a tinnitus treatment plan.

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Dynamo

Super Power. Super smart. The power to meet the challenges of severe to profound hearing loss. Dynamo was designed with input from people who know the everyday challenges that come with severe to profound hearing loss. Slim, discreet and designed for reliability, Dynamo is designed to meet the needs of Super Power hearing instrument users and provide the ability to connect in new ways.

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Opn Accessories & ON App

On the go, Oticon Opn syncs seamlessly with your mobile devices, turning your hearing aids into wireless headphones that you can control with our easy-to-use Oticon ON App. The App also has a “locate my hearing aids” feature if they are lost.

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ConnectLine

ConnectLine devices help you link your hearing instruments wirelessly to cell phones, landline phones, TVs and Bluetooth audio devices. ConnectLine makes it easy and convenient to use your hearing instruments as a personal wireless headset for richer, more enjoyable sound.

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Powerful tinnitus relief

Tinnitus SoundSupport™ — is available in all Oticon Opn styles. Choose from a variety of relief sounds, including the popular ocean-like sounds, that can be adjusted to your personal preferences.

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Gain control, find relief

Tinnitus can have a major impact on people's daily lives, yet many veterans and active duty service men and women tend to shrug it off. As irritating as tinnitus is, they tend to doubt that it’s “real,” because its symptoms are internal. The anxiety, confusion and isolation that come with not understanding the nature of tinnitus can be as debilitating as the condition itself. 

The first step to dealing with tinnitus is understanding that it is real, that it’s treatable, and that getting the treatment you need is vital for your mental health as well as your hearing health.

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Homes for Our Troops

Oticon is proud to partner with Homes for Our Troops to support mortgage free homes for severely injured veterans

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