Invisible Hearing Aids

Are invisible hearing aids suited for everyone?

The technology of today is making hearing aids more discrete and smaller. Whether worn within or behind the ear, they are becoming increasingly difficult for others to notice.


People with mild-to-moderate hearing loss are best suited for invisible-in-canal (IIC) hearing aids, which are the smallest invisible aids out there. The customized style, which fits deep inside the ear, is so compact that there is no room for extra speakers or processing power.

CIC and ITC invisible hearing aids are popular options for people with mild-to-moderate hearing loss who desire a bit more control over their hearing aids.

Invisible hearing aids

Invisible hearing aids are custom-made to fit your ear’s shape. An ear mold, made by your hearing care experts from your ear, is used to create a customized hearing device. There are several types of in-the-ear invisible hearing aids. The smallest custom product available is Invisible-in-Canal (IIC). IIC invisible hearing aids are deep inside the ear canal, making them almost unnoticeable to those around you. IIC invisible hearing aids are suited for those who require a discreet hearing aid and have mild-to-moderate hearing loss.

If you have a severe hearing loss, you still have multiple options for finding a discreet hearing solution. You and your hearing care professional can find the best option for your needs by examining your unique requirements. There’s a hearing aid for everyone.


Hearing Aids

We provide a wide range of technologically innovative, programmable, undetectable, and comfortable hearing aids from leading global brands to suit all price points and types of losses.

All hearing aids have the same components to transmit sound from the surrounding environment to your ear. However, there are numerous varieties of hearing aids that differ in size and placement in the ear. Some are barely unnoticeable since they may fit into your ear canal. Some just partially fit into your ear canal. In general, the price of a hearing aid rises with size and corresponds to its power, battery life, and size.