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Oticon Hearing Aids in Tampa and Spring Hill, FL

Oticon has revolutionized hearing aids with BrainHearing™ technology that enhances the patient experience and hearing quality. The board-certified Otolaryngologist/Head and Neck Surgeons of Suncoast ENT Surgical Specialists are excited to bring the new technology in hearing to patients in Tampa, Spring Hill and surrounding towns in Florida.

What Makes Oticon The Best Option In Hearing Instruments?

Oticon hearing instruments are known for top-quality performance and cutting-edge innovation that fit with your unique lifestyle and hearing needs.

What Distinguishes Oticon From Other Products?

Oticon products feature a revolutionary new technology called BrainHearing™, which lets the instrument work with your brain to improve the way you hear. The instrument automatically adjusts sound to ideal levels while leaving it natural and clear. In addition, Oticon products are convenient, contemporary and discreet.

What Oticon Hearing Instruments are Available at Suncoast ENT Surgical Specialists?

  • Acto
  • Agil
  • Alta
  • Ino
  • Nera
  • Ria

Oticon Power Hearing Instruments

  • Chili

Oticon Children’s Hearing Instruments

  • Sensei
  • Safari

Why Are Oticon Hearing Products So Successful?

Oticon is committed to empowering people by offering cutting-edge, insightful hearing instruments. For more than 100 years, Oticon has continued to put people first in all of its affairs. With its origins in compassion, Oticon is overseen by the Oticon Foundation, a charity that aids hearing loss victims and supports several philanthropic endeavors. Oticon’s allegiance to improving communities and providing high-quality performance distinguishes it from others in the field and drives its success.

What To Expect During Your Oticon Consultation

When you come in for your Oticon hearing instrument consultation, you can expect our audiologist to perform a thorough ear exam. This exam is meant to learn what is causing your hearing loss. The audiologist will also take your reported symptoms into account and use them as a framework for your consultation. After the cause has been determined, your audiologist will help you decide if an Oticon hearing instrument might be right for you.

The advanced BrainHearing™ technology behind Oticon hearing instruments offers superb hearing improvements to our patients. To learn more about Oticon products, contact our office in Tampa or Spring Hill to schedule a consultation.