Hearing Aids


Hearing Aids: Choose what’s right for you!

An ideal hearing aid is something that amplifies sound electronically into your ear. In simpler words, the basic work of a hearing aid is to carry sounds from the surroundings and make them louder. To know what’s right for you, an audiologist evaluates hearing tests and chooses a perfect aid for you depending upon the condition of the deficiency.

For hearing loss, there are several hearing aids but hearing devices are helping people improve their social, emotional and psychological stigmas as well. These aids can be designed as per the severity of your hearing loss, facial features and overall environment suiting your best needs.

  • Frequency Channel
  • Directional Microphone Systems
  • Digital Noise Reduction And Feedback Management
  • Bluetooth or Wireless Compatibility
  • Water Resistant
  • Tinnitus Maskers

Digital hearing aids use Digital Signal Processor. Today, digital hearing aids are equipped with state-of-art designs. These aids use a digital signal processor to read, process and amplify the sound waves according to the condition. These can be connected with computers, phones, and several other devices to provide ease.

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Types of Hearing Aids


Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

RICs are a type of open-fit hearing aid with a soft tip that sits inside the ear canal without sealing it. These are ideal for first-time hearing aid wearers.

Invisible (IIC)

IICs are small hearing aid which fits within the ear in a way that it makes it almost invisible. People with mild to moderate hearing loss can consider using this aid.

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

Suitable for any kind of hearing loss, BTEs comes with a sound tube and an external receiver (RIC) placed in the ear canal. People with mild to profound can go for BTEs.

In-The-Ear (ITE)

This hearing aid sits on the outer area of the ear. As it is a custom hearing aid, it fits to the shape of your ear.

In-The-Canal (ITC)

ITC hearing aid sits in the lower portion of the outer ear area, and can be ideal for a wider range of hearing losses.

Completely-In-Canal (CIC)

These are one of the most discreet hearing aids and only a small portion can be seen outside the ear canal.

Virtually Invisible: You can call it the best feature of hearing aids that these devices are almost invisible and can easily fit into the ear canal. These are small in size but offers amazing quality.

Long Life: Apart from being smaller in size, hearing aids last for a longer period of time. The life-shelf of aid is typically 4-5 years. If taken care in a better way, they can last for quite a decent time. It is recommended to clean hearing aids on a timely basis and store them in a dry location.

Flawless Connectivity Digital hearing aids can be easily connected with smartphones, computers, home entertainment, music systems and several other electronic devices. The integrated Bluetooth connectivity allows users to enjoy perfect sound right into your hearing aid.

Water, Humidity, and Dust Proof The advanced aids are highly durable as these are not just water and dust but humidity-proof as well. One can wear them all day while doing different physical activities without any hindrance.

Modern & Advanced Hearing AidsThe contemporary hearing aids eliminate sound disturbances like echoes, whistling, background noise, etc., as these are integrated with various noise cancelling. And balancing features with advanced hearing aids. Moreover, the clarity in the sound is outstanding as well.

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