Types & Styles

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A hearing instrument is essentially a little computer that performs many procedures per second to analyze, clean, and output a sound that is pleasant and useful to the listener. The cost of a hearing aid is determined by the speed and sophistication with which this processing is performed, rather than the style or size of the device.

In-the-ear (ITE)

Comfortable and discreet

Sleek, comfortable, and custom molded to perfectly fit the user.

Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

Small, discreet, amazing quality

Obtain superior quality by placing the receiver in the ear canal.

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

Powerful sound, user-friendly

The biggest amplification capabilities and easy to maintain.

Latest technologies at your service

A hearing maker releases a new device based on a new platform/chipset every two to three years on average. In most cases, the new platform is divided into three or four technological layers. Each level of technology in the platform has its own set of characteristics, and as you progress through the levels, you’ll see gains in certain areas like hearing speech in noisy environments, sound quality, and spatial awareness.

Choosing the proper device and technological level is also influenced by your specific type of deafness, lifestyle, and needs. Our audiologists will review all of your test findings, as well as your specific needs, to provide you with the best advice possible.

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