Type Of Hearing Aids

Hearing instruments come in many different styles. Finding one that's appropriate for you depends on your listening needs, the features you prefer and, most importantly, the severity of your hearing loss. Your hearing healthcare professional will help you find the right match.

Open fit BTE

  • Sloping Losses
  • Fully featured Hearing aids
  • Larger case can be easier for wearers with dexterity considerations
  • Case contains all features and sits behind the ear
  • Many color options




CIC (Completely - In - The - Canal)

  • Mild to Moderate Hearing Losses
  • Very small case
  • Fits inside the ear canal, making it practically invisible
  • Size prevents the use of directional microphones



RIC (Receiver In The Canal)

  • Mild to Moderate Losses
  • Leaves the ear canal open for a natural Sound Quality
  • Smallest external Hearing aid, as the receiver is located in the end of the tube inside the ear
  • Very small case that sits behind the ear, making it practically invisible




ITC ( In - The – Canal)

  • Mild to Moderately Severe Hearing Losses
  • Small, one piece case
  • Fits inside the ear canal
  • Directional microphones are possible with this model


IIC (Invisible- In - The - Canal)


  • Mild to Moderate Hearing Losses
  • Very small case
  • Fits Completely inside the ear canal, making it practically invisible
  • Size prevents the use of directional microphones



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