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HEARING LOSS

Hearing loss is defined as the inability to partially or completely hear sounds in one or both the ears.

HEARING TEST

Pure tone eudiometry (PTA) is one of the key hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels.

HEARING AIDS

Hearing aid is a device which is designed to amplify sound for the wearer.

HEARING PROTECTION

Exposure to noise which is more than 80dB can lead to permanent hearing loss.

Hearing Aids With Latest Technology

Digital hearing aids

Just like the rest of the world, hearing aid devices have become digital, making them smarter...

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Invisible hearing aids

Invisible hearing aids inside the ear are custom-made to fit the shape of your ear...

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Bluetooth hearing aids

Bluetooth connectivity allows you to connect your hearing aids with other devices,...

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Rechargeable hearing aids

With our rechargeable hearing devices, you get the convenience...

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Receiver-in-Ear hearing aids

With our rechargeable hearing devices, you get the convenience...

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Pediatric hearing aids

Kids and hearing loss Pediatric-friendly products and program offerings designed to help ...

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Behind-the-Ear hearing aids

The Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids provide the most ...

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Tinnitus hearing aids

It is a condition which causes noise in one or both the ears. It is the sensation of hearing ringing and ..

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Types of Hearing Aids

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Behind The Ear - (BTE)

Overview for Behind The Ear (BTE)

Hearing aids are reliable and offer greater fitting flexibility. They fit comfortably behind the ear while amplified sound passes down a tube to a customized earmould which fits in your ear.

Because they are larger, can accommodate bigger batteries for longer life and larger amplifiers for maximum amplification.

Advantages:

Behind-the-ear instruments are often the most durable hearing devices — some are even completely water resistant.

Compared to smaller, in-the-ear instruments, they hold more circuitry and can provide greater amplification.

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Mini Behind The Ear - (BTE)

Overview for Mini Behind The Ear (BTE)

The mini BTE rests behind the ear. The case at the back of the ear houses the technology, while a clear tube then directs amplified sound into the ear canal via an earmold or earbud.

Appropriate for most types of hearing loss and ages.

Advantages:

Features React Touch Control Technology, allowing you to change the hearing aid volume up and down and adjust settings to match your environment with the simple sweep or touch of a finger.

Smallest BTE model. • Available with thin tubing and a tiny earbud for ultimate discretion.

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Receiver In Canal - (RIC)

Overview for Receiver In Canal (RIC)

The receiver-in-canal device is small, discreet and incredibly quick to fit; which makes it perfect for many first-time wearers.

The receiver-in-canal is designed to separate the microphone and receiver to lessen feedback. Appropriate for most types of hearing loss and ages.

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In The Ear - (ITE)

Overview for In The Ear (ITE)

Smaller, in-the-ear instruments house their technology components in a custom-formed ear mold that fits within the outer portion of the ear.

The easy-to-use controls are ideal for those with limited manual dexterity. Appropriate for most types of hearing loss and ages.

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Completely In Canal - (CIC)

Overview for Completely In Canal (CIC)

Completely-In-Canal (CIC) micro-technology allows this type of hearing aid to be worn deep inside the ear canal.

CIC devices offer an aesthetic appeal and are so tiny that they are almost invisible when worn. Appropriate for most types of hearing loss and ages.

Advantages:

Nearly invisible when worn.

These fit completely in the canal, with only the head of a tiny plastic line — with which you insert or remove the instrument—shows above the canal.

CIC devices offer aesthetic appeal, but the structure of some individuals’ ears (e.g. those with a very narrow canal) may make this style unsuitable for them.

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Invisible In Canal - (IIC)

Overview for Invisible In Canal (IIC)

Miniscopic is absolutely 100% invisible. It is a deep insertion hearing aid that is customized to fit your ear’s canal.

Miniscopic’s state-of-the-art digital technology is 100% programmable and is available for a variety of hearing loss.

Advantages:

100% custom, invisible, digital and programmable.

Featuring Vivid Speech, the smartest noise reduction and speech preservation system designed to filter out unwanted background noise.

Revolutionary Comfort Fit technology ensures in-ear comfort.

Excellent sound quality on the phone.

Virtually feedback free - no more whistling.

Custom designed for your ear.

Designed to be removed daily to promote better ear health.

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In The Canal - (ITC)

Overview for In The Canal (ITC)

In-the-canal (ITC) instruments feature an earmold that fits down into the ear canal and a smaller portion that faces out into the outer ear.

They are discreet, yet partially visible within the outer ear. Appropriate for most types of hearing loss and ages.

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