Unitron is committed to making better hearing possible for everyone.


Hearing loss affects an estimated 36 million Americans, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). In addition, nearly one in five baby boomers experiences some degree of hearing loss.

Untreated hearing loss can bring a host of unwelcome consequences, ranging from irritability and fatigue, to depression and withdrawal from social situations. For those in the workforce, here’s a sobering statistic from the Better Hearing Institute: People with untreated hearing loss sacrifice as much as $30,000 in annual income.

The good news is, more and more baby boomers have discovered better hearing and improved lives through today’s highly effective hearing aid technology. Unitron has made huge strides in developing hearing aids that deliver amazing high-fidelity sound, as well as clear understanding of speech, even in noisy environments. Many Unitron hearing aids now come with wireless capabilities, allowing wearers to connect directly to a variety of audio sources, such as cell phones, iPods and TVs, for interference-free listening. Incredibly, all of this technology is engineered into smaller and smaller hearing aids — virtually invisible when worn in the ear.

Unitron recently introduced a program called “Flex:trial,” which enables consumers to experience the benefits of Unitron hearing aids in their everyday lives without any upfront payment or commitment. Flex:trial is currently available through a select group of nationwide hearing healthcare professionals. Visit www.unitron.com for more information about Unitron hearing aids.