We specialize in 100% digital hearing aids, with models from top-of-the-line brands, including Phonak, ReSound, Signia, Starkey and others. Each hearing aid style is designed to meet differing requirements based on your hearing loss and anatomy. We will help you determine what style of hearing aids makes the most sense with your hearing loss, listening environments and budget.
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State-of-the-art hearing aid technology from Phonak brings listeners some of the most advanced features available today, ensuring you get the right hearing devices, professionally fitted and programmed. Now featuring Marvel, a clear, rich sound experience, combined with modern technology.
For five decades, Starkey has been improving hearing. With industry-leading research and development capability, Starkey works to understand the science of hearing loss. They create advanced signal processing technology to shape sound, and are willing to tackle more difficult fittings.
ReSound, part of The GN Group, was the first company to deliver Made for iPhone direct audio streaming technology. Another hallmark is their advanced signal processing for directional hearing capability. ReSound offers a unique lease financing program, making their advanced hearing aids more affordable.
Featuring Own Voice Processing (OVP™), these state-of-the-art solutions replicate the natural experience of hearing everything in harmony. They also offer direct streaming of phone calls, music, and TV audio via Bluetooth®.
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Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing loss doesn’t have to slow you down. Once we’ve determined the type and severity of your hearing loss, we’ll discuss treatment options from the following selection of hearing aid styles we offer:
The “largest” of the in the ear products, the ITE offers greater options for power to fit more severe hearing losses; space to accommodate a variety of options, larger battery size; and ease of manipulation. ITEs can also connect directly to cell phones and be compatible with remote controls and other wireless features.
ITC hearing aids sit in the lower portion of the outer ear bowl providing for a more discreet fit. Typically ITC hearing aids can still house many of the features of a full shell ITE but are designed for less severe hearing losses. ITCs can also still connect directly to cell phones and be compatible with remote controls or other wireless features.
CICs are more discreet as they are almost completely hidden, yet still large enough to house advanced features. Many CICs can also still connect directly to cell phones and be compatible with remote controls or other wireless features.
IICs are completely invisible when your ear anatomy allows for it – wide enough, tall enough, and angled just right. Due to their small size, IICs can be limited in power and additional features, though some do allow for wireless capabilities.
Behind the Ear (BTE) hearing aids sit behind/on top of the outer ear with the sound directed by a tube or wire into the ear canal. The instruments are manufactured in a variety of different colors to accommodate skin or hair color. BTE hearing aids also come in a variety of sizes and the actual style is best determined by you and our Doctors, as various styles can accommodate different features, power levels, control options and battery sizes.
This style of device is popular due to its inconspicuous nature and its comfort. Sound travels into the ear canal through a thin tube or via a wire – with the receiver placed directly in the ear canal. Mini BTEs can also connect directly to cell phones and be compatible with remote controls and other wireless features.
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