San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
San Francisco hearing problems company, Audiological Services of San Francisco always provides clients with the best and most innovative way of hearing through quality aids. One of their newest additions is the Lyric Extended Wear Hearing Device.
“This device is 100 percent invisible with no batteries to replace and it can be worn all day, every day for months at a time,” says Dr. Alice Leung of Audiological Services of San Francisco.
The Lyric Extended Wear Hearing Device allows the user to wear the device when they would typically have to remove other hearing aids, such as when showering, sleeping, exercising and talking on the phone.
The device is placed deep into the bony portion of the ear canal, which places it closer to the ear drum and out of view of others. The device will last approximately 120 days or until the battery expires. When this happens, the client simply needs to bring back the device to Audiological Services of San Francisco and it will be replaced with the newest technology offered by Lyric.
This Lyric device is designed for people with mild to moderately severe hearing loss. Several factors, such as ear size and shape and medical condition and lifestyle, are assessed to see if a client is one of around 50 percent of clients that meet the criteria for the device.
For more information about Audiological Services of San Francisco, call them at 415-675-8168 or visit them on the web at http://www.asosf.com
About Audiological Services of San Francisco
Audiological Services of San Francisco takes great pride in providing unmatched customer care and service for those who have experienced a hearing loss. They understand the sensitivity that is required for people dealing with hearing problems. Their team of licensed Audiologists can provide you with a free consultation and, should you require, work with your insurance or workers compensation claims. They are conveniently located in San Francisco and serve The City, Peninsula, and North Bay Area and can administer a simple hearing test to anyone.
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