Hearing Aids

Widex Hearing Aids | Sugar Land, tX

Since 1956, Widex has been providing hearing solutions to help people with hearing loss live a better quality of life. 

Widex is considered the innovator of the world’s first digitally programmable hearing aid with a remote control. Widex is also acknowledged as the maker of the world’s smallest receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid.

Below are the latest Widex hearing aids available at Fort Bend Hearing, Fort Bend County, TX:

Widex Moment

Widex Moment hearing aids deliver pure, undistorted, rich, natural sound. 

Widex Moment is engineered to not miss a single moment, to process sound with lightning speech resulting in zero delays in transmission. With this, wearers of Widex Moment hearing aids can enjoy pure and natural sound without any feedback or distortion.

Did you know that 95% of Widex Moment users agree that the sound offered by the hearing aids is clear and natural, probably the closest experience they have to natural hearing? 

Stream directly to iOS and Android devices without needing any additional accessories.

Widex Moment is available in behind-the-ear (BTE), receiver-in-canal (RIC), and in-the-ear (ITE) models.

Widex Moment

Widex MOMENT BTE MODELS

MOMENT BTE 13 D

MOMENT BTE R D

MOMENT BTE 312

WIDEX MOMENT RIC MODELS

MOMENT mRIC R D

MOMENT RIC 10

MOMENT RIC 312 D

sRIC R D

WIDEX MOMENT ITE MODELS

MOMENT CIC Micro

MOMENT CIC

MOMENT XP

Custom ITE

Widex Moment Sheer

Widex Moment Sheer offers expanded capabilities of the AI-powered Widex MySound™ technology, providing you with greater flexibility in customizing your hearing experience in any given situation. It also features the enhanced Widex SoundRelax™, providing an impressive range of fractal sounds, carefully crafted to enhance focus and promote mental relaxation. Enjoy top-notch sound quality regardless of your specific hearing loss.

Widex Evoke ​

Widex Evoke

Carefully engineered to shape the listening experience, Widex Evoke can automatically make hearing adjustments based on the users’ listening environment. Widex hearing aids allow you to simply lean back, relax and focus on what’s happening in front and around you without worrying about not being able to keep up with conversations.

Need to adjust the hearing aid settings? You can do that with the dedicated app compatible with Widex Evoke. With just a few taps, users can get accurate listening satisfaction on the spot.

Course through each day with confidence knowing that Widex Evoke is smart enough to be on auto-pilot mode. 

Powered by the Universal program and the Fluid Sound Analyzer and Controller, you can focus more on what you need to hear and be in the moment.

Widex Evoke Models

  • Evoke RIC 10
  • Evoke Fusion 2
  • Evoke BTE 13 D
  • Evoke Fashion Mini
  • Evoke Fashion
  • Evoke Fashion Power
  • Evoke CIC Micro
  • Evoke CIC
  • Evoke XP
  • Evoke Custom ITE

Widex Unique

Every hearing loss is unique and Widex acknowledges that through their wide range of hearing solutions. Widex Unique hearing aids are designed to capture every area of the soundscape to give users a rich and pure sound experience even in outdoor settings.

In terms of connectivity, Widex Unique can stream phone calls, music, podcasts, and more media directly to the hearing aids. Equipped with nine sound classes, Widex Unique can easily adapt optimal audio needed in any kind of listening environment. 

Hearing on the go has never been smarter and easier.

Widex Unique Models

  • Unique Fashion
  • Unique Fashion Power
  • Unique Fashion Mini
  • Unique CIC
  • Unique XP
  • Unique Passion
  • Unique Fusion
Widex CROS​

Widex CROS

One-sided hearing loss needs special hearing aids that focus not only on clarity but also on directionality. Widex CROS is designed to help people with one-sided hearing loss hear sound from any direction.

Also known as a BiCROS solution, Widex CROS offers superior sound quality with zero to minimal distortion thanks to the device’s ability to wirelessly transmit sound from the deaf ear to the better ear. 

Widex CROS hearing aids also eliminate the head shadow effect to make sure that hearing goes smoothly in any listening situation.

How long do Widex hearing aids usually last?

Widex hearing aids, like other hearing aid brands, can typically last between 3 to 7 years, on average, before they may need to be replaced or upgraded. 

The lifespan of Widex hearing aids can vary depending on various factors, including usage, maintenance, specific model features, and individual circumstances.

Factors such as the wearer’s hearing needs, the specific technology and features of the hearing aids, regular care and maintenance, and any changes in personal preferences or advancements in technology can influence the lifespan of Widex hearing aids.

Proper care, maintenance, and following the manufacturer’s guidelines for cleaning, battery replacement, and servicing can help extend the lifespan of Widex hearing aids. Advancements in hearing aid technology may occur over time, leading some individuals to consider upgrading their devices to take advantage of new features and improved performance.

For more accurate and up-to-date information on the lifespan of a specific Widex hearing aid model or any other inquiries, it’s recommended to consult with an audiologist. 

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Fort Bend Hearing provides comprehensive preventative, diagnostic and rehabilitation hearing services for pediatric and adult patients. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.

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Widex Hearing Aids | Sugar Land, TX

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