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Best Hearing Aids for Single-Sided Hearing Loss

Our experts evaluated the best hearing aids for single-sided hearing loss and narrowed down the choices to their top picks.

Sarah Goldy-Brown, Writer & Researcher
Who is Sarah Goldy-Brown?
Sarah covers a range of senior lifestyle topics, from reviews of walk-in tubs and hearing aids to overviews of Medicare and Medicaid. Her close relationship with her grandparents gave her a firsthand look at the evolving life needs of older… Learn More
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Ruth Reisman
Dr. Ruth Reisman, Audiologist
Who is Dr. Ruth Reisman?
Ruth Reisman, AuD MBA, is a licensed audiologist and hearing aid dispenser in New York state and is certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association. She is an associate adjunct professor for the CUNY Graduate Center and Touro College… Learn More
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Citations
  1. Cleveland Clinic. (2022). Unilateral Hearing Loss (Single-Sided Deafness)

  2. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Tinnitus

  3. Eargo. (2022). IT’S OUR HONOR TO SERVE THOSE WHO SERVE

  4. Harvard Health Publishing. (2019). One hearing aid or two?

  5. The Hearing Journal. (2015). One hearing aid or two?

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Sarah Goldy-Brown
Writer & Researcher
Sarah covers a range of senior lifestyle topics, from reviews of walk-in tubs and hearing aids to overviews of Medicare and Medicaid. Her close relationship with her grandparents gave her a firsthand look at the evolving life needs of older… Learn More About Sarah Goldy-Brown
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Dr. Ruth Reisman
Audiologist
Ruth Reisman, AuD MBA, is a licensed audiologist and hearing aid dispenser in New York state and is certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association. She is an associate adjunct professor for the CUNY Graduate Center and Touro College… Learn More About Dr. Ruth Reisman