Unitron was founded in 1956 in Newfoundland, Canada and was the first Canadian hearing aid manufacturer. Like Phonak, Unitron is owned by its parent company, Sonova.
Unitron offers the smallest wireless receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aid available, the Moxi Now, at only 20.2 millimeters in length.
Many patients report improved understanding of speech in noisy situations with Unitron’s Tempus Platform. Unitron’s Moxi All hearing aid can connect to all cell phones for hands-free calls. If connected to a smart phone, users can rate their overall experience with their hearing aids and when they come in to see their audiologist for their next visit, their “satisfaction rating” can be seen in the hearing aid programming software. This unique tool is useful in gaining a solid understanding of the patient’s overall success on their journey to better hearing.
As with Widex, Phonak, Oticon and Bernafon hearing aids, Unitron provides a variety of assistive listening devices that can be used in conjunction with their hearing aids as well as Bluetooth connectivity.
The first step to better hearing once a full audiological evaluation has been completed is a hearing aid evaluation with one of our Certified Audiologists. It is during this appointment that we assess a patient’s unique listening and lifestyle needs, along with their hearing evaluation results and determine the most suitable hearing manufacturer for them. This individualized approach allows us to provide the best solution possible for our valued patients.