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Oticon’s mission began over 100 years ago. In 1904, Hans Demant wanted to help his wife Camilla live a better life, unhindered by her hearing loss. Hans helped Camilla with one of the first electronic hearing aids in the world.

From this foundation of care, Oticon grew with a passion to help people who need hearing support. They work constantly towards their vision of a world where hearing loss is no limitation. Oticon innovate life-changing technology – and if that means they need to challenge conventions, then that is what they do.

At Oticon, they are always pushing the limits of technology so they can improve the lives of people with hearing loss.

Their innovations come from setting the bar higher. While others settle for directional hearing, Oticon have pioneered 360° open sound.

In fact, they always aim to achieve the impossible – and they challenge conventions to get there. Oticon believe this is what makes them technology leaders of the industry.

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Hearing is thinking

Your ears collect sound, but it’s your brain that actually understands it. Good hearing helps your brain stay fit throughout your life – and helps avoid many other health problems. This means that hearing health is brain health. That is why we have developed BrainHearing™ technology for hearing aids.

How hearing works in the brain

Sound travels from your ears to your brain's hearing centre, where there are two subsystems: The orient subsystem and the focus subsystem*. These constantly work together to help you understand the sound scene around you.

From here, sound is used by other brain centres including for memory and emotions.

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