When I read this, I needed to read it again. This was the first time that I had heard of lasers being used for this type of treatment. The concept behind this tool is to send the light from the laser directly into the inner ear to promote cell growth. According to what the post says, it is supposed to help increase cell growth as a part of the process.
Since there are no drugs that are a part of this treatment, that makes it attractive to me as even with the safest of drugs there is the potential for side effects. In terms of instructions on how to use TinniTool, it couldn’t be simpler, you put it in your ear, turn it on and leave it there for 15 to 20 minutes. Tinnitool is primary meant for those with the mildest cases of Tinnitus. Having said that, if you have a more aggressive form of Tinntius, like I do, any amount of relief would be welcome without having to resort to taking prescription or other forms of medication.
With a price tag of $300, this may not be a cheap option for some. That price appears to be for Europe only. I found a price of $480 for a U.S. website (http://tinnitoolusa.com/) If your insurance won’t help over the cost of the devices, such as I wear, that masks the tinnitus sound, the price of this device may not seem that bad in comparison. This tool is using the latest in technology and is still in trials at the time this post is being written.
According to what I have read, the device comes with a two year warranty. One thing that I would consider a plus is that it uses two AA batteries. I always seem to find devices that use a obscure, hard to find battery that always seems to not last long.
Here is a link to the full post.