Lenire, tinnitus treatment device to help patients manage bothersome ringing in their ears


Hearing Evaluation Services is excited to offer Lenire, a groundbreaking tinnitus treatment device approved by the U.S. FDA. Using bimodal stimulation, Lenire combines soundscapes through wireless headphones and tongue pulses customized to your hearing profile to help your brain stop focusing on tinnitus.

With just two relaxing 30-minute sessions per day, Lenire can decrease your perception of tinnitus over time. Out of 500+ patients across three clinical trials, 83% would recommend Lenire to others with tinnitus.

Are you experiencing bothersome tinnitus? Contact our office today to schedule a tinnitus assessment.

How Lenire Works

The Lenire® device plays sounds from headphones and provides gentle pulses to the tongue via a Tonguetip. The sounds and pulses work together to retrain your brain. You pay less attention to your tinnitus, reducing its impact on your day-to-day life. Lenire® can be used with:

  • Bluetooth headphones – Bluetooth headphones, provided with the device, deliver customized sounds to activate the auditory nerve to the brain.
  • Tonguetip – The Tonguetip, specifically designed to treat tinnitus, sits comfortably in the closed mouth. Tiny electrodes on the Tonguetip deliver mild and safe energy pulses to the surface of the tip of the tongue.
  • Controller – A lightweight handheld device that controls the timing and intensity of the treatment. You can start, pause, and resume the treatment session, adjust the sound volume, and adjust the level of the tongue stimulation. After an assessment, your healthcare professional customizes the settings to suit your tinnitus to ensure you’re suitable.

Lenire® is designed to help those who suffer with constant tinnitus. Regular use can help decrease the perception of tinnitus and provide relief.

Interested in trying Lenire for yourself? Contact our office to schedule an appointment and learn more about this revolutionary technology that can help alleviate even the most severe cases of tinnitus!

Lenire In the Media

More than 25 million adults in the U.S., have a condition called tinnitus, according to the American Tinnitus Association. It can be stressful, even panic-inducing and difficult to manage. Dozens of factors can contribute to the onset of tinnitus, including hearing loss, exposure to loud noise or a viral illness.

Learn how Lenire Devices can help with your Tinnitus symptoms today!