There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to hearing loss because no two ears are the same. Introducing Oticon Own – a new line of in-the-ear hearing aids developed for ultimate discreetness, superior sound quality, and optimal comfort - customized entirely for you. Oticon Own is the world’s first in-the-ear hearing aid that works more like the brain because it learned through experience.
Made to be discreet
Oticon Own is available in 5 styles, each one custom-made to fit your ear: IIC (Invisible-in-the-Canal), CIC (Completely-in-the-Canal), ITC (In-the-Canal), ITE HS (In-the-Ear Half-Shell), and ITE FS (In-the-Ear Full-Shell). The smallest of these, IIC, is completely invisible in 9 out of 10 ears, while larger models like the HS and FS are easy to handle for individuals with dexterity concerns.
Made to support the brain
Oticon’s BrainHearing™ technology makes Oticon Own a unique in-the-ear hearing aid designed to provide you access to more sound to support your brain’s natural way of working. This offers you a truly personalized listening experience, allowing you to process the sounds around you more effectively, and making it easy to stay in the conversation and do the things you love.
Made to hear naturally
In order to deliver a full listening experience, Oticon trained Oticon Own with 12 million real-life sound scenes, and its self-learning features allow it to continue to adjust and adapt to your daily life. This means that, whatever your surroundings, Oticon Own can create a clear contrast between speech and background noise — so you are able to follow conversations even better while remaining aware of the sounds around you.
Made to connect
Certain models in the Oticon Own line can be connected to modern iPhone and Android smartphones without the use of a remote. Enjoy two-way hands-free communication with select iPhone® & iPad® devices and direct streaming from select Android™ devices. These same Own models are also compatible with Oticon’s wireless accessories, like the TV Adapter 3.0 and the ConnectClip 1.1.
If you believe Oticon Own may be right for you, please talk with your licensed hearing care provider. And if you are looking for an Oticon provider in Canada, please feel welcome to use HearingLife Canada’s hearing center locator:
If you would like to know more about the daily maintenance of custom hearing aids such as Oticon Own, please see our help article on the topic: