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What is Lenire?

Convenient and easy to use in the comfort of your home, Lenire is a groundbreaking treatment device for tinnitus.

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What is Lenire?

Lenire is a non-invasive medical device that uses bimodal neuromodulation to treat tinnitus symptoms.

Lenire delivers mild electrical pulses to the tongue combined with sound played through headphones to drive changes in the brain to treat tinnitus. The device is fitted and used in accordance with a tailored treatment plan prescribed by an appropriately qualified healthcare professional, such as an audiologist or ENT surgeon.

The Lenire Device

Lenire controller

The Lenire 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 volume of the sound, and adjust the level of the tongue stimulation.



This is a proprietary intra-oral device, ergonomically designed to sit 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.



Lenire must be used with the set of wireless, Bluetooth headphones, which are provided as part of the package. The headphones are paired to the controller and deliver customised sounds to activate the auditory nerve to the brain.

The Treatment

Lenire is prescribed for you by a qualified healthcare professional after an assessment of your tinnitus. The device’s sound and tongue stimulation are configured specifically for your tinnitus which enables you to self-administer your personalised treatment plan from the comfort of your own home.

  1. Initial Assessment

    Understanding your tinnitus

    At this stage, your healthcare professional will assess your tinnitus to better understand it’s characteristics and how it’s impacting your day-to-day life.

    Your initial assessment includes an audiological and tinnitus assessment, and a treatment recommendation.

    If you’re suitable for Lenire, a treatment plan will be prescribed for you.

  2. Device Fitting

    Tailoring your treatment plan to you

    If Lenire is deemed suitable for you and prescribed by your healthcare professional, the device’s audio and tongue stimulation parameters are configured based on your tinnitus and audiological profile. This allows the healthcare professional to tailor the treatment to you.

  3. Home Use

    Daily use of Lenire as per your treatment plan

    After being shown how to use Lenire during your fitting, you’ll use Lenire from the comfort of home for 30 to 60 minutes per day or as per your treatment plan.

  4. Follow-Up Appointments

    How are you progressing?

    We recommend follow-up appointments with your healthcare professional. They’ll schedule follow-ups with you after your device fitting.

    These follow-ups allow your healthcare provider to check your progress and get the best treatment outcome for you.

  5. Continued Use

    After the treatment plan

    At the end of the prescribed treatment plan, your healthcare professional will advise you on your continued use of the Lenire device.

Lenire Success Stories

How convenient was it to use the Lenire device?

“I was away on holidays and I brought it with me… Out to Spain. I’d do it every morning and then again in the evening. ”

Edward, Clinical Trial Participant

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How has tinnitus affected you?

“I wouldn’t go to parties or things like that in pubs and nightclubs…that had loud exposure or loud music….I just couldn’t do it.”

Noel, Clinical Trial Participant

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When did you notice a difference in your tinnitus?

“About a month after I started using the device every day, I woke up one morning and thought ‘there’s something wrong’…and it was gone.”

Patricia, Clinical Trial Participant

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See how Lenire soothes tinnitus symptoms

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Your treatment with Lenire begins with an audiological and tinnitus assessment by a qualified healthcare professional. Our partners are trained to prescribe a treatment plan with Lenire specifically for your tinnitus. Find a Lenire partner clinic to take the first step towards managing your tinnitus.

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