You should discuss your hearing needs with your audiologist, to determine your best treatment plan. Generally, an individual with hearing loss in both ears will get the most benefit from using devices in both ears. Our brains depend on signals from both ears to tell the direction from which sound is coming, to understand in noise, and to balance sound. Using two hearing aids, especially those with today’s wireless digital technology, reduces the listening effort required by the brain to hear and understand speech, especially in challenging listening situations. So, in most cases, two IS better than one!
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