Hearing aids are available in all shapes and sizes. Upon performing a hearing evaluation, our Licensed Hearing Care Practitioner will help you determine which type of technology will be the best for you and your individual needs.
The degree of hearing loss, patient budget, cosmetics, skin sensitivities and medical conditions all play a role in selecting the perfect hearing aid.
Below are just some of the many hearing aid types available. We will gladly provide a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee or exchange should your hearing needs require a different type of technology or you are unhappy with the results.
Because ITEs use a larger battery, they are more visible than some of the smaller hearing aid models. “Full Shells” are the most visible of the ITEs, but also provide the greatest amount of volume for patients with severe hearing loss. “Half Shells” are about half the size of Full Shells and are most commonly used for mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Completely in the Canal (CIC): This type of hearing aid is the least visible when worn and more often than not goes unnoticed. A CIC can be appropriate for mild to moderately severe hearing loss when seated deeply in the canal.
After selecting your hearing aid, our specialists will teach you about your new hearing aid. You will learn how it works, how to program it, daily cleaning techniques and use, how to manage the batteries, and how to use your hearing aids with a telephone.