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Hearing Aid Devices

Find the best hearing aid for you.

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We work with you to make sure today’s advanced hearing aids can keep you active and involved in the many situations in your life. Many devices come equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capability, and can be easily controlled with smartphone apps.

Learn About The Various Styles of Hearing Aids

Behind-the-ear (BTE) Aids

Behind-the-ear (BTE) AidsA small plastic case that contains the electronics and rests behind the ear is connected to an earpiece by a piece of clear tubing.

Receiver-In-the-Ear (RITE)/ Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC)

RITE devices are also known as Receiver-in-the-canal (RICs). These aids are similar in appearance to the Behind-the-ear style, but the speaker is placed in the ear canal, providing enhanced and more natural listening.
Receiver-In-the-Ear (RITE)/ Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC)

Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC)

Invisible-In-the-Canal Hearing AidThis is the smallest type of hearing instrument available and is invisible in the ear — designed for people who want the ultimate in discretion.

Completely-In-the-Canal (CIC)

Completely-In-the-CanalThis extremely small hearing instrument, a little bigger than an IIC device, is almost invisible in the ear. CIC instruments are custom made and are recommended for people with ear canals large enough for them to fit.

In-the-Ear (ITE)

These hearing instruments are appropriate for mild to severe hearing loss. Due to their larger size, ITEs can accommodate features such as directionality, which makes speech easier to understand in noisy situations, multiple listening programs, and Telecoils for telephones and assisted listening devices. These instruments may also easier to handle for many people.

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