Through 120 years, our company has developed hearing healthcare and from this platform, we have also taken new steps into the broader area of audio. 

We keep up with the high pace of new technology introductions, and – even more importantly – our solutions are always backed by significant research and with a superior customer and user experience in mind.

We enable our users to connect easier, faster and better with the world around them through innovative solutions like deep neural networks, artificial intelligence, low energy audio, new battery and recharging technologies and overall sound excellence.

Our aim is to help people with hearing loss to the best solution for them. This means offering diagnostic equipment suited for detecting the specific hearing loss, skilled and service minded hearing care and solutions that meet the needs of the specific user. No matter where in the process, we aim for the highest level of quality and performance, building on existing knowledge and emerging technologies.

With our innovative technologies and services, we are let into people’s life and involved in some of its most important aspects: to be actively engaged without constraints.

As a result, we help millions of people enjoy life every day.

Your ears collect sound, but it is your brain that understands it. Good hearing and sound experiences help your brain stay fit throughout your life. When you suffer from hearing loss it makes the barrier to interact with the world around you greater and your connection with people diminishes - increasing the risk of health and social problems such as cognitive decline and dementia.


Often, hearing loss happens gradually, and you will not necessarily notice it. But there are signs that could be an indication.

For some, the struggle with hearing comes early in life and for some later. Regardless of age and severity of hearing loss, we offer hearing care and treatment, and the important diagnostic and service solutions it requires. We develop innovative hearing aids and hearing implants technology, and from this platform we have also taken news steps into the broader area of premium audio and video solutions.

5 signs that you could have a hearing loss:

  • Do you often have to turn up the volume on your TV, radio or phone? Do others comment that you have these devices on too loud?
  • Do friends, family members and colleagues complain that they must repeat what they say to you?
  • Do you struggle to focus on people speaking at work, school or social events? Or do you find conversations in restaurants or crowded places difficult?
  • Do you have to look at people’s face or lips to be able to understand what they are saying?
  • Have you noticed that everyday sounds, such as birds tweeting, footsteps, crickets or the clock ticking are gone or less noticeable?

Today, 1 in 5 people worldwide live with hearing loss*. We strive to offer solutions that can help people on a personal, professional and social level. Because the proper treatment for hearing loss is the key to remaining cognitive and socially active.

We have a long tradition for meeting people with hearing loss, and our experience, research and input from users make us able to introduce new technology and services aimed at treating all types of hearing loss for different kinds of people.

* World Health Organisation 2021


Untreated hearing loss impacts our ability to interact, contribute and belong. And the link between untreated hearing loss and cognitive health issues grows more evident.

Assessing your hearing is the first step towards better hearing, but many hearing losses go undetected. In fact, it can take up 4-5 years to act on a hearing loss.

Many things can stop you from seeking professional care, which is the first step and essential for proper hearing health.



We hear with our brain, not our ears. The ears collect sound, but it is the brain that understands it. In Demant, we work intensively with this connection through the concept of BrainHearing™ Intent BrainHearing.

Good hearing and sound experiences help your brain stay fit, and evidence suggesting that wearing hearing aids may prevent or delay the onset and progression of cognitive health issues, such as dementia1, continues to grow stronger.

In a recent, unprecedented cohort study, published by the University of Southern Denmark, researchers discover further evidence of a link between untreated hearing loss and the risk of developing dementia: Hearing loss increases the risk of dementia - SDU

1 2024, Cantuaria ML, Pedersen ER, Waldorff FB, et al. Hearing Loss, Hearing Aid Use, and Risk of Dementia in Older Adults.

Professional care from hearing care experts is essential to better hearing health. Because, hearing is as unique as fingerprints, and treating a hearing loss takes more than a one-size fits all solution.

Individualised care, proper fitting and follow-ups are what will lead to successful experiences with a new hearing aid, and hearing care professionals can offer their expertise and advise when it comes to getting the most out of the device on a daily basis.

Demant’s Hearing Care business, Audika Group, is a global network of more than 3,500 clinics in 20+ countries, where hearing care professionals perform excellent customer service that caters to diverse customer needs: Find local clinic


As people we interact with the world around us through sound, and hearing is essential in our ability to share our thoughts and feelings.

A common misperception is that wearing hearing aids will somehow stigmatise and exclude us from the crowd. However, when not treated properly, hearing loss has direct impact on how we interact with others, causing indirect strain on mental health and increasing the risk of social isolation.

Demant has launched a new game-changing test that addresses one of the most central issues for people with a hearing loss: Hearing in noisy environments.

There are useful overlaps in technology between hearing treatment and audio and video solutions. Being part of the Demant Group allows our Communications business area, under the brand EPOS, to leverage R&D synergies from other companies within the Group, such as Oticon and their world leading research center Eriksholm.

EPOS builds on more than a decade of psychoacoustic research on how the brain perceives sound. The company designs, manufactures and sells high-end audio and video solutions to business professionals around the world, solutions that provide the best conditions for the brain to achieve more with less brain energy spent.

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    Oticon BrainHearingTM

    Your ears collect sound, but your brain understands it. BrainHearingTM helps your brain stay fit and support the brain in making sense of sound.


    Learn more here. 


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    EPOS BrainAdaptTM

    Built on the innovation from Oticon’s BrainHearingTM, EPOS BrainAdaptTM technology is designed to increase focus by minimising the amount of time and energy it takes your brain to process sound.

    Learn more here

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    Eriksholm Research Centre

    Eriksholm Research Centre pursues audiological discoveries with the potential to significantly enhance user benefits in future hearing care.

    Learn more here.