Extend Wear Lyric Hearing Aids
Developed by Phonak using a combination of digital nano-technology and specialized materials technology, Lyric is the world’s first extended wear hearing aid well-suited for highly active individuals. Unlike traditional hearing aids, the device is placed deep in the ear canal by a qualified audiologist or ENT doctor, making it 100% invisible.
Lyric eliminates battery changing and/or charging, cleaning, and maintenance, but best of all, its unique placement allows you to enjoy the benefits of better hearing without anyone ever knowing that you use a hearing device. Fourth generation models include a smaller media module designed to help improve wearing comfort.
This extended wear device produces clear, natural sound that outperforms open-fit hearing devices. Lyric allows you to continue daily activities, like showering, talking on the phone, exercising, using headphones, and sleeping at night without having to remove your hearing device.
Lyric reduces tinnitus annoyance faster than daily wear hearing aids while also providing greater tinnitus relief and an improved sleep quality. In addition, each Lyric subscription comes with SoundLync, a magnetic adjustment tool that allows you to adjust the volume, turn the device on and off, set it in sleep mode, and remove the device if necessary.
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Patient Focused Hearing Care from Duncan Hearing
Lyric hearing aids are among the advanced hearing technology solutions available from our professional audiologists and Duncan Hearing Healthcare to help address your hearing care needs, but you are still the primary focus of the personalized care we provide.
Our use of comprehensive hearing assessments to accurately identify your hearing challenges, guidance in selecting the hearing instruments best suited to address your specific type and severity of hearing loss, your budget and personal preferences, and our dedication to providing ongoing support are all part of providing personalized care.
We take things further with technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair of devices from manufacturers like Sivantos, ReSound, Rexton, Phonak, and more, making it possible for us to deliver better hearing and a better quality of life to those with hearing loss all across Massachusetts.
If you, or a loved one, has a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing instrument specialists, contact the Fall River, Centerville, or Dartmouth location nearest you using the adjacent form.
Receive a Valuation Quote on Your Existing Hearing Aids
Available on all manufacturers and model (includes over-the-counter, PSAP’s or prescription devices)
If you’re exploring new hearing technology, and you’re an existing hearing aid wearer, then you may benefit from receiving a valuation quote on your existing technology.
Based on the manufacturer, model, age and condition - we’ll calculate a generous valuation on your devices that you could utilize as part of a trade-in towards new technology.
Simply complete the form, and we’ll contact you with the valuation quote.
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