Different Types of Hearing Aid Styles

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Hearing Aids come in a variety of styles. These hearing aid styles help with comfortability for the users. There is not much difference in the quality of sound between the styles.

For example, someone who doesn't want people to find out he has hearing aids would prefer an ITC aid since its small and gets hidden. Read below to see what hearing aid style will be best for you!

With invisible in canal hearing aids, the aid fits all the way in the canal and completely hides inside the ear. These aids offer cosmetic and listening advantages and are used typically for adults. These aids are typically used for people who don't like other people knowing they are wearing hearing aids.

These aids are contained in a tiny case that fits partly or completely into the ear canal. They are the smallest aids available and offer some cosmetic and listening advantages.

All parts of the aid are contained in a shell that fills in the outer part of the ear. These aids are larger than canal aids and, for some people, may be easier to handle than smaller aids.

All parts of the aid are contained in a small plastic case that rests behind the ear. The case is connected to an earmold by a piece of clear tubing. This style is often chosen for young children for safety and growth reasons.

These aids look very similar to the behind-the-ear hearing aid with a unique difference: the speaker of the hearing aid is placed inside the ear canal, and thin electrical wires replace the acoustic tube of the BTE aid. These aids also offer cosmetic and listening advantages and are typically used for adults.

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