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Explore wireless hearing aid and digital hearing aid styles to find the one that's right for you

                         Invisible Products

Rest in the second bend of the ear canal where no one can see them,Hearing aids so tiny, no one will notice you're wearing them.

Features:

  • Custom-made for you

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss

  • Completely invisible in most ears

                         Completelely-In-Canal

​Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing aid shows outside of the ear canal.

Features:

  • Virtually undetectable

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss

  • Custom-made for you

                         Receiver-In-Canal

Small, discreet and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time hearing aid wearers.

Features:

  • Discreet design

  • Variety of color options available

  • Easy to adjust

  • For mild to severe hearing loss

  • Contact a hearing professional

                         In-The-Canal

Custom hearing aid that fits in the ear canal. Smaller portion shows in outer ear.

Features:

  • For mild to mildly severe hearing loss

  • Custom-made for you

  • Variety of color options available

                         Behind-The-Ear

The world's most common hearing aid style. Available in standard, mini or power.

Features:

  • Variety of color options available

  • For moderate to severe hearing loss

  • Easy-to-use buttons or dials

  • Discreet design

                         Tinnitus

Designed to deliver relief from ringing in the ears.

Features:

  • Variety of color options available

  • Easy-to-use buttons or dials

                         In-The-Ear (ITE)

Custom hearing aid that fits within the outer portion of the ear

Features:

  • Easy to adjust

  • For mild to severe hearing loss

  • Custom-made for you

  • Variety of color options available

What you need to know about hearing aids

What are hearing aids?
In its simplest form, hearing aids are like a miniature PA system with four basic components: microphone, amplifier, a speaker (receiver), and power supply (batteries). 

 

What are the different types of hearing aids
Today’s hearing aids come in a wide variety of sizes and styles from those that sit behind the ear to invisible hearing aids that sit completely in the ear canal — and feature different technology levels to match your specific needs and budget. 

 

What types of technology do hearing aids have?
Like many other high-tech devices (TVs, phones, computers), hearing aids have experienced a major technological revolution in the past decade and especially in the last few years. The best of today’s hearing aids are designed to virtually eliminate feedback, make listening in noisy environments easier and more comfortable, stream stereo sound from TVs and radios directly to the hearing aid itself, let you talk on your phone hands-free, and much more. Now, instruments are smaller (and in some cases, invisible), more comfortable and powerful than ever. 

 

Where can I purchase hearing aids?
When seeking treatment for hearing loss, be sure to select a hearing professional who understands the available technology and offers follow-up care.  find a professional near you, or call 08054761162

What are the benefits of hearing aids?
Research on people with hearing loss and their significant others has shown that hearing aids play a significant factor in a person's social, emotional, psychological and physical well-being.

More specifically, treatment of hearing loss has been shown to improve:

  • Communication in relationships

  • Intimacy and warmth in family relationships

  • Ease in communication

  • Earning power

  • Sense of control over your life

  • Social participation

  • Emotional stability

 

How much do hearing aids cost?
The price of a hearing aid will vary depending on the specific model and features you need, and how effective it is in various noise environments. 

 

Is there an adjustment period to wearing hearing aids?
Yes. Most people need an adjustment period of up to four months before becoming acclimated to — and receiving the full benefit of — wearing their hearing aids. However, you should expect to notice obvious benefits during this trial period. Remember, your hearing professional is there to help. Do not be afraid to call or visit to discuss your concerns. Be realistic, practice, be patient and rest. 

 

Should I consider purchasing a hearing aid online?
We believe that you achieve the best possible results with your hearing aids by consulting with a hearing professional in person, so we do not endorse retailers selling over the Internet. 

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