Hearing Aids

How Do Hearing Aids Help?

Hearing devices are available in various styles and colours, and offer a wide range of modern features, including Bluetooth and rechargeable technology, to accommodate every type of hearing loss, listening lifestyle, and budget.

Following your hearing assessment, your trusted professional hearing healthcare provider will review the nature of your concerns and determine your level of hearing loss. Following this, you will experience a live hearing aid demonstration, specifically customized to your unique needs, so you can rediscover the world of sound.

Hearing Aids

Hearing Aid Styles

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Completely-In-the-Canal (CIC)

This type of hearing aid fits deep in the ear canal, so they are nearly invisible, yet they can be removed daily. Suitable for hearing loss that is mild to moderately severe.


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In-The-Canal (ITC)

This type of hearing aid is custom made to fit almost entirely inside your ear canal, and they can be removed daily. Suitable for hearing loss that is mild to moderately severe.


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In-The-Ear (ITE)

This type of hearing aid is custom made to fit securely in your outer ear, ensuring optimal comfort and performance. They are slightly larger than the CIC and ITC models, and they can also be removed daily. Suitable for hearing loss that is mild to severe.


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Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

This type of hearing aid sits behind the ear, rather than within it, and is typically what someone would visualize when they think of a traditional hearing aid. As technology and design have evolved, this model has become much more discreet. Suitable for hearing loss that is mild to profound.


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RITE: Receiver In The Ear

This type of hearing aid combines the advantages of a CIC hearing aid with those of a BTE hearing aid. They sit behind the ear, and a very thin tube connects to a small piece that fits completely in the ear canal. So, they're very discrete and offer the full range of features that BTE hearing aids do. Suitable for hearing loss that is mild to moderately severe.