Hearing Aid Styles

From larger devices that are easier to handle, to tiny, invisible, or nearly invisible devices that are concealed within the ear canal, we have many options sure to meet your unique hearing or cosmetic needs.

Keep in mind that not all styles are suitable for all degrees of hearing loss. Choosing the right hearing aid depends on your specific needs and requirements. Our hearing care professionals are experts in each and can help you make the right choice.

Things to Consider:

  • The degree of hearing loss
  • Dexterity
  • Budget
  • Lifestyle
  • Cosmetics
  • Skin Sensitivities
  • Medical Considerations

Invisible In-the-Canal (IIC)

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Completely invisible in most ears
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Completely-In- The-Canal (CIC)

  • For mild to moderate hearing loss
  • Virtually undetectable
  • Placement within the ear cuts down on wind noise

In-The- Canal (ITC)

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Fits in the ear canal
  • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid

Half Shell In-The- Ear (ITE)

  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Fits directly into external ear
  • Inserted and adjusted with ease

Behind-The- Ear (BTE)

  • Appropriate for almost all types of hearing loss
  • Custom earpiece is molded to fit your outer ear
  • Discreet design

Receiver-In- The-Canal (RIC)

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Leaves the ear open
  • Reduced or no “plugged up” feeling
  • Sleek design barely visible when worn

Full Shell In-The- Ear (ITE)

  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Fits directly into external ear
  • Inserted and adjusted with ease