The Best Signia Hearing Aid Provider in Dunnellon. Marion County, Florida

Looking to replace your Signia (formerly Siemens) hearing aid?  Gardner Audiology in Dunnellon, Florida is an authorized Signia hearing aid center.  Dr. Angela Schenk is your Dunnellon Gardner Audiologist and is an expert in working with all Signia hearing aids. 

The new Signia hearing aids, Charge and Gooffers unique acoustic-motion sensors to support better hearing, where you are and what you’re doing for a natural hearing experience, Own Voice Processing (OVP) allowing for a more natural experience with your own voice, streaming to Apple and most Android smartphones and rechargeablity.   

Signia also offers custom hearing aids, offering options from completely in the canal to full shell. Finally, Signia offers the Styletto.  The Styletto offers a sleek, modern, lightweight design for those looking for something more unique. 

The Signia hearing aid application, Signia app, is available in the iTunes store and Google Play Store.  The app will allow hearing aid wearers to make quick adjustments, create favorite settings and request assistance from anywhere. 

All Signia come in three technology levels from introductory to premium. Each level offers unique features to the wearer. 

To determine which Signia Hearing aid is best for you, contact us at 352-448-1772 or 1-800-277-1182 and schedule an appointment in our Dunnellon office today. Dr. Angela Schenk, a Signia hearing aid expert, and will help you determine what is best for you and your lifestyle.   

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