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TYPES OF HEARING AIDS

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Behind the Ear (BTE)

  • Most common style of hearing device prescribed

  • Suitable for all hearing loss profiles

  • Device sits behind the ear and a small tube or wire transfers the sound into the ear canal.

  • Wireless and telecoil options available

  • Comes in a range of different sizes including very discreet options

  • Multiple colour choices available

In the Ear (ITE)

  • Custom designed to fit comfortable in the ear.

  • Easy to handle and insert

  • Suitable for most hearing loss profiles

  • Wireless and telecoil options available

Completely in Canal (CIC)

  • Small in size and low profile, very discreet

  • Suitable for most mild to moderately severe hearing losses

  • Uses the natural acoustics provided by the external ear

  • Wireless and telecoil option available

Invisible in Canal (IIC)

  • Miniature in size and invisible in appearance

  • Suitable for most mild to moderate hearing losses

  • Uses the natural acoustics provided by the external ear