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Types Of Hearing Aids

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In-The-Ear
Hearing Aids

In-The-Ear (ITE) hearing aids are also known as custom hearing aids

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Receiver-In-Canal
Hearing Aids

Receiver-in- canal (RIC) hearing aids are worn behind the ear

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Behind-The-Ear
Hearing Aids

Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aids are used for all types of hearing losses

With a variety of different styles and models each with varying levels of innovative technology, our experts are perfectly placed to explain the different types of hearing aids that are available and how the different technology works so that the best solution can be found for your hearing needs.

The most important factors in determining which hearing aid is right for you are; the results of your hearing test, your lifestyle, the type of hearing aid you prefer and your level of dexterity. Seeing and feeling how each of the different types look will help you understand which style you feel most comfortable with.

Based on these four key factors, our qualified Audiologist will recommend a hearing solution that is completely personalised just for you. We want you to feel comfortable and confident wearing your hearing aid every day so that missing out on your favourite sound is a thing of the past.

All Styles Of Hearing Aids

In-The-Ear Hearing Aids

In-The-Ear (ITE) hearing aids are also known as custom hearing aids, as they are individually manufactured to suit your ears. They range from invisible hearing aids to the full-shell hearing aids which completely fills the bowl of the ear. They are so discreet that you will not notice you are using them. You can choose any of the following styles at no extra cost.

Receiver-In-Canal Hearing Aids

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aids are worn behind the ear and come with tiny housings because their receiver sits directly in the ear canal close to the eardrum giving better speech clarity. Receivers come in different sizes for different levels of amplification. RICs can be quickly and easily adjusted and provide a high degree of wearing comfort, discretion and appropriate amplification.

Behind-The-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aids

Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aids are used for all types of hearing losses from mild to profound. They come in variety of styles from Miniature-BTEs to the Superpower aids. BTE hearing aids offer multiple directional microphone systems for improved understanding of speech in noisy situations.