Helping You Choose The Right Hearing Aid To Suit Your Lifestyle, Circumstances and Budget

Helping our patients to choose the right hearing aids to suit their individual circumstances is our specialty. It is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed with talk of manufacturers, channels, frequencies, and phrases that highlight what’s the latest and the greatest.

At Hear-It-All, we try to cut through the noise and deliver to our patients what is right. With detailed knowledge of all major manufacturers, access to all fitting software, and a truly independent approach, our decisions are guided by one thing alone – YOU.

Taking into account your lifestyle, your unique loss, and any financial constraints, you are guided through the decision-making process to find a solution that works well for you today and long into the future.

People often worry that hearing aids are big, ugly, or cumbersome. The good news is that technology has come a long way – in fact, it’s highly probable that many of your friends are wearing hearing aids today and they are so discreet you didn’t even notice.

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The Different Styles of Hearing Aids

Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC) – The Tiny and Often Invisible Hearing Aid

IIC devices are invisible when worn. The smallest devices available, they fit within the ear canal just beyond the second bend. IIC devices are custom styled and suitable for mild to moderate hearing losses.

Completely In The Canal (CIC)

CIC instruments are worn deeply within the ear canal, so they are almost invisible, which makes them cosmetically appealing. A good choice for mild to moderate hearing losses.

Receiver In Ear (RIC)

RIC models are mini BTEs and appear similar to them when worn. The instrument’s speaker can be found in the ear tip, rather than the main body. RIC instruments suit mild to severe hearing losses.

In-The-Canal (ITC)

Suitable for mild to moderate hearing losses, ITC instruments are comfortably worn in the lower portion of the outer ear bowl and they are easy to use. Their slightly larger size than CIC models means they have a longer battery life and they come with additional features, such as volume controls and directional microphones, which make noisy environments easier to cope with.

Full Shell Or In The Ear (ITE)

Full shell models are larger than other types, sitting flush within the outer ear bowl. Their larger size requires a larger battery, and this allows them to fit a larger receiver and directional microphones, making them powerful enough for those with a severe hearing loss.  They’re the perfect option for those with a mild to severe hearing loss.

BTE With Earmold

BTEs have a longer shape to them. They fit to the shape of the outer ear and this larger size allows them to house many features such as a program button and volume controls. The earmold and style, as well as the wearer’s hairstyle preference, will determine how they’ll look on each individual. These are an excellent option for mild to profound hearing losses.


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