HEARING AIDS

Define your listening lifestyle and the hearing aid that works for you

HEARING AID STYLES

Behind-the-Ear (BTE & Mini-BTE)
Behind-the-Ear (BTE & Mini-BTE)

A custom-molded experience with a mini option that leaves your ear feeling unplugged.

Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC)
Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC)

Fitting deeply inside the ear canal, this hearing aid style is least visible outside of the "Invisible-in-the-Canal" type.

Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC)
Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC)

Fully-programmable and invisible when worn; virtually zero-feedback.

In-the-Canal (ITC)
In-the-Canal (ITC)

Placement of a personally-molded ITC device within the ear canal cuts down on wind noise.

Full Shell-in-the-Ear (ITE)
Full Shell-in-the-Ear (ITE)

Fitting directly into the external ear, the full and half versions are easily inserted and adjusted.

Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC)
Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC)

Minimal ear bud, leaving the ear open and feeling unplugged.

OUR PRODUCTS

WANT TO GET STARTED ?

Contact us at 602.313.1367 for more information, or drop us a line via our contact form.

WHAT’S YOUR

LISTENING LIFESTYLE ?

You shouldn’t have to adjust your life to your hearing aids; depending on your amount of daily activities and an environment’s subsequent background noise, we’ll determine which style of hearing aid will benefit you the most.

  • Very Quiet

    For those of you who experience very minimal or rare background noise, such as sporadic television, limited guests, and few telephone calls and outside meetings, we would classify your environment as 'Rare'.

  • Quiet

    Do you enjoy limited amounts of music, outside gatherings, TV and telephone use, as well as, a few amount of guests and conversations-in-person? Your environment is classified as 'Limited.'

  • Casual

    Enjoying casual background noise by frequenting low-key shops, restaurants, and small group-meetings, an 'Occasional' classification supports patients with moderate driving and communication needs.

  • Active

    For the most active of patients, the 'Frequent' noise-classification is for those who are subjected to constant communication and interaction across a variation of instances including: TV and cell phone use, airports and vehicular transportation, and group activities.

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