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Hearing Aid Styles

Invisible-in-Canal (IIC)

An IIC is the smallest style available. It sits invisibly beyond the second bend of the ear canal. The benefits and disadvantages are the same as the CIC. The IIC is designed for a mild to moderate hearing loss.

Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

An ITE sits flush with the outer ear bowl. It has more room for manual controls and can accommodate a severe hearing loss if necessary. For those who find handling small devices a challenge, this style is generally easier to use.

In-the-Canal (ITC)

ITCs are a bit smaller than ITEs, making them a bit less visible. Manual controls are still able to be used on this style. This style can accommodate a mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

In-the-ear (ITE)

An ITE sits flush with the outer ear bowl. It has more room for manual controls and can accommodate a severe hearing loss if necessary. For those who find handling small devices a challenge, this style is generally easier to use.

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

RICs are small BTE style devices that have the speaker (receiver) placement in the ear canal. They can be used with a small rubber ear dome or a custom earmold. RICs are designed to fit from a mild to a severe hearing loss.

Behind the Ear with Earmold

This are suitable for a range of hearing losses, from mild to profound. It is perfect for children, whose ear shape and size will change as they grow. It’s also recommended for those who may experience frequent ear drainage, heavy perspiration or heavy build-up of wax in the ear, since the electronics are housed BEHIND and not IN the ear canal.

Cros & Bi-Cros

CROS hearing system is needed when you have single-sided deafness (SSD). BI-CROS system is used when you have SSD and some degree of hearing loss in your BETTER ear. The devices look like ‘regular’ hearing aids (custom and behind-the-ear models are available) but the sound is routed wirelessly from the deaf ear to the better ear, allowing you to hear sounds from both sides again.
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I had a great experience here finding the right hearing aids for me because Angie is very knowledgeable and passionate about what she does.
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