Many eyeglass wearers who also rely on advance hearing aids are concerned that wearing both eyeglasses and advance hearing aids at the same time may cause problems. However, if certain aspects are taken into consideration when choosing a advance hearing aids, it is possible to wear glasses and a hearing aid together without any problems.
Hearing aids and glasses - is it possible?
Wearing hearing aids and glasses at the same time - is it possible? Many people who wear glasses also rely on hearing aids to ask this question. When choosing advanced hearing aids, you only need to pay attention to certain aspects so that glasses and hearing aids can be worn together without any problems. The size and shape of the ear, the type of advanced hearing aids required and individual requirements all play a decisive role.
Hearing aids for people who wear glasses.
There is plenty of room behind the ear for glasses and hearing aids, and although modern advanced hearing aids are much smaller than older models of yesteryear, the question often arises for those who wear glasses as to whether it is feasible and comfortable to wear them and hearing aid at the same time. How the earpieces sit behind the ear is very important. The temples usually bend over time and can no longer fit perfectly. Wearing hearing aids becomes difficult because the ear fits snugly in the ear and the temples also take up a lot of space. The dispensing optician can first assess whether another model of narrower arm glasses would be a better choice. By adjusting the curved temples of the glasses, the specialist can also ensure that there is comfortable space behind the ear for the hearing aid. If it is still not possible to wear glasses and hearing aids at the same time, other technical solutions are available for people who wear glasses.
Hearing Aids - Vision and Hearing Aids in One.
Many people who wear glasses find it cumbersome to use behind-the-ear hearing aids and glasses separately. Hearing aids offer a practical solution here, as they combine two hearing aids in one device. The hearing aid technology is integrated directly into the temple. The hearing can be performed by means of a so-called "otoplasty", which is inserted into the ear and connected to the hearing technology in the temple via a transparent tube. This type of advanced hearing aids is particularly useful if you are not switching between different models of glasses. If otoplasty is not possible, hearing aids with a bone-guided system that transmits sound directly through the auditory bone can also be used. If you frequently switch between different types of glasses, you should use a clip system that allows you to attach the advanced hearing aids to different frames of glasses. The hearing module is mounted only on the corresponding glasses. Compared to other hearing aid models, hearing aids offer the following advantages.
The advantages and disadvantages of advanced hearing aid glasses.
Hearing aids for people who wear glasses.
People who wear glasses and also need hearing aids may want to know what suitable advanced hearing aids are available for people who wear glasses if glasses are not an option. Wearing hearing aids can be annoying because of the space behind and behind the ears for the legs of the glasses. This can create a sense of pressure behind the ear, otherwise, the legs of the glasses would lose their grip. Therefore, when choosing advanced hearing aids, you should opt for a more modern model, as they are relatively small and narrow behind the ear and do not interfere when wearing a hearing aid and glasses at the same time. In-ear hearing aids are particularly suitable because they do not take up any space behind the ear.
Glasses and hearing aids - that's how they go together.
Conversely, if you already have advanced hearing aids and are looking for a suitable visual aid, you should of course also pay special attention to the compatibility of your glasses and hearing aids when buying glasses. It's a good idea to tell your dispensing optician that you wear advanced hearing aids and to get advice on the right glasses.