Styles of Hearing Aids

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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

Fits behind the ear, connected via a clear, thin tube to an ear mold that’s made to perfectly fit your ear. The most powerful hearing aids instruments available.

For all degrees of hearing loss.

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Open-Fit (BTE)

Sound travels into the ear via a very thin, almost ‘invisible’ tube. Minimizes the plugged up feeling some hearing aid wearers experience with other styles.

For mild to moderate hearing loss.

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Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

Looks similar to the Open-fit BTE. Sound travels through a thin wire to a receiver inside the ear canal.

For mild, moderate and some severe hearing loss.

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In-the-ear (ITE)

Completely contained in a custom molded casing that fits within the entire ear. They are easy to handle and have easy-to-access controls.

For mild to severe hearing loss.

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In-the-canal (ITC)

Smaller and more aesthetically appealing than (ITE) aids, while still providing the option of a volume control. Molded to fit the bottom half of the external ear.

For mild to moderately-severe hearing loss.

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Completely-in-canal

The (CIC) is molded to comfortably fit deeply into your ear canal. They are almost invisible to the eye.

For mild to moderate hearing loss.

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Micro CIC

Smaller than the CIC, the Micro CIC fits deep in the ear canal making it invisible to the eye.

For mild to moderate hearing loss.

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Bluetooth Technology

Hearing aid technology is continually expanding. Some hearing aids can connect to your cell phone, TV and even more.