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Earlens Corporation
4045A Campbell Avenue
Menlo Park, CA 94025

Website: Earlens.com

Email: customercare@earlens.com 

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Continuing Education

Step by Step: The Audiologist’s Guide to Fitting the Inductive Earlens Contact Hearing Solution
Earlens Corporation CEU courses
Presented by Pragati Rao Mandikal Vasuki, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37253Level: Introductory1 Hour
The Earlens Contact hearing solution provides audibility over a wide frequency range from 100-10,000Hz. This session will outline fine-tuning and programming recommendations for common perceptual reports from Earlens patients.

Troubleshooting a Silent Hearing Aid: Tools to Enhance Earlens Fittings
Earlens Corporation CEU courses
Presented by Pragati Rao Mandikal Vasuki, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #37251Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The Earlens Contact hearing solution provides audibility over a wide frequency range from 100-10,000Hz. This session will outline the principles and steps for fitting and troubleshooting this revolutionary hearing device.

Silent Hearing Aid: Common Hearing Aid Concepts Through a New Lens
Earlens Corporation CEU courses
Presented by Pragati Rao Mandikal Vasuki, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35944Level: Introductory0.5 Hours
The Earlens Contact hearing solution routinely provides usable audibility over a wide frequency range spanning 100- 10,000 Hz and presents the opportunity for a unique partnership between otolaryngology and audiology to dispense the device. This session will detail the steps involved with fitting and verifying this revolutionary hearing device.

The Earlens Difference. Why Contact Drive Succeeds Where Acoustic Devices Fail
Earlens Corporation CEU courses
Presented by Drew Dundas, PhD, FAAA
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35357Level: Introductory0.5 Hours
The Earlens contact hearing solution represents a substantial and meaningful step forwards in hearing aid technology due to the ability to provide audibility for speech across a bandwidth from 100-10,000Hz in a way that is preferred by patients relative to conventional hearing aids. This session will outline the physical reasons that the system is able to provide this increase in audible bandwidth and present peer-reviewed evidence supporting the efficacy and patient preference for a full bandwidth of audibility listening experience.

Videos

Earlens - An Inside Look at Earlens

January 12, 2021

Learn about the technology and team behind the revolutionary Earlens Contact Hearing Solution. Understand how the culture of innovation is constantly pushing the boundaries of what people had thought...

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Carol’s Earlens Experience

December 12, 2019

Carol’s Earlens Experience

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Dante’s Earlens Experience

December 12, 2019

Dante’s Earlens Experience

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Jeremy’s Earlens Experience

December 12, 2019

Learn how the Earlens Contact Hearing Solution has improved Jeremy's relationship with his wife.

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Marty’s Earlens Experience

December 12, 2019

Marty’s Earlens Experience

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Neil Sperling, MD: Why I Offer Earlens

December 12, 2019

Check out this testimonial by Dr. Neil Sperling on his experience with the new Earlens

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Scott Yerdon, AuD: My Favorite Earlens Patient Reaction

December 12, 2019

Check out this testimonial by renowned audiologist Dr. Scott Yerdon on his favorite Earlens patient reaction.

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Scott Yerdon, AuD: What Excites Me About Earlens

December 12, 2019

Check out this testimonial by renowned audiologist Dr. Scott Yerdon where he shares his experience with the revolutionary new Earlens

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News

Earlens Shares FDA Historical Ruling on OTC Hearing Aids

Ten Years of Research on the Earlens Bandwidth Advantage is Subject of New Article Series

Earlens Releases New Summary of the Body of Research on the Benefits of Extended-Bandwidth Hearing

Study Demonstrates Significant Listening Advantages with Earlens Hearing Technology

Earlens wins “Best Leadership Team” and “Best CEOs for Diversity” awards

Earlens Named to ​Time​ Magazine’s List of Best Inventions of 2020 for its Revolutionary Earlens®​ ​Contact Hearing Solution

Earlens Named to Time magazine’s list of Best Inventions of 2020 for its Revolutionary Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution

Earlens Announces Partnership with Verily to Develop Next-Generation Capabilities for Earlens® Contact Hearing Solution

Ask the Expert

Earlens, Who is a Candidate and What are the Benefits?
Suzy Levy, PhD

Interviews

Earlens Releases Powerful Features to Enhance Fittings with New Earlens Fidelity™ 2021.1.1 Software
Pragati R. Mandikal Vasuki, PhD

Busy Day? New Earlens Fidelity™ Fitting Software Provides a Smooth and Fast Fitting Experience
Pragati R. Mandikal Vasuki, PhD

Resources

Full Bandwidth Streamed Audio with an Open-fit: Is It Possible?

Mandikal Vasuki et al. (2020) used collected double blind sound quality ratings for streamed music and speech content recorded through the Earlens system as well as four other premium acoustic hearing aid technologies. The results confirmed that normal hearing listener rated the sound quality for Earlens significantly higher than the other four technologies for both music and speech samples that were recorded for widely vented (or open dome) fittings. Long term average spectrum analysis of samples affirm that Earlens preserves spectral information that is lost through venting in traditional acoustic hearing aids resulting in higher ratings for sound quality. This provides confirmatory evidence that despite streaming codec being limited to 8kHz, listeners prefer fullness and clarity provided by broad frequency amplification achieved through a direct drive technology such as Earlens.

Sound Quality Ratings of Amplified Speech and Music Using a Direct Drive Hearing Aid: Effects of Bandwidth

Vaisberg et al (2020) gathered ratings of sound quality for multiple conditions of filtered stimuli presented through the wide bandwidth Earlens device. This is an extension of the method and results first shown by Moore & Tan in normal-hearing listeners in 2003, which demonstrated that improved sound quality results from having both extended low and high frequencies present – which were beyond the limits of conventional acoustic hearing aid technology; however in this paper those findings were confirmed in Earlens users with mild-sloping-to-severe sensorineural hearing loss in the as-clinically-fitted condition. This provides confirmatory evidence in the sound quality benefits of extended bandwidth of amplification through an Earlens system – and confirmed suprathreshold audibility that meets or exceeds the claimed range of 125-10,000 Hz for the target population in an independent and reputable research center. One of the most interesting results reported in this paper is that the “pedestal” of low frequency amplification down to 100 Hz is provided to all Earlens users even with a widely vented fitting. This low frequency amplification may be even more important than previously realized in terms of making the high frequencies more acceptable. This seems to be the case even for those with mild low frequency losses who would usually be fit with vented acoustic technology that is unlikely to provide low frequency amplification under these conditions. The result is that Earlens users are more likely to be able to benefit from the information encoded in the high frequencies, because balancing the highs with the lows makes the high frequencies more palatable and overall sound quality more natural.

COVID-19 Webinar: Protecting Your Practice in an Uncertain Time

This webinar provides an overview of CARES Act programs and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that can help ENT practices access capital and resources during this challenging time. Viewers also have the option to download a host of resources, like a PPP loan calculator and comparison of PPP vs. EIDL grants.

Clinical Study Functional Comparison of Earlens Contact Hearing Solution with Inductive vs. Light-Driven Coupling

This study summary compares the functional results attained within subjects with each system and demonstrates that the superior bandwidth performance of the Earlens Light-Driven System is maintained in the Inductive Earlens Contact Hearing Solution.

Earlens Contact Hearing Solution

An overview of the Earlens Contact Hearing solution, including the system components and audibility advantage.

Patient and Provider Experiences with the Inductive Earlens Contact Hearing Solution

This paper presents a snapshot of key data collected to date, focusing on the patient and provider experiences in terms of perceived benefit and satisfaction with the inductive system.

The Magic of Direct Drive (Drew Dundas, PhD)

What is it that makes direct drive hearing solutions sound so good? This presentation identifies and defines various approaches to directly driving the middle ear system, and discusses advantages and disadvantages of middle ear implants and acoustic hearing aids.

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