Hearing aids come in many sizes.  Once you choose a size, you can pick a technology level. The technology levels are designed to match your listening demands.  The most basic are for quiet, while the advanced levels are for noisy situations with ultimate clarity.

All technology levels come in the following sizes.  We help you choose a hearing device based on comfort, dexterity and expectations. Try anything you’d like.

Hearing Aid Styles

Receiver-In-The-Canal (RIC)

  • Open fit design allows for ultimate comfort
  • Can be adapted to severe losses
  • Push button controls and directional microphones are standard
  • Made for iPhone/Android versions available

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

  • Slim tube options available
  • Made with super power options for profound losses
  • Push button controls and directional microphones are standard
  • Easy-to-replace custom ear molds available
  • Largest battery for longest life

Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC)

  • Custom molded to your ear
  • The world’s smallest hearing device shell
  • Easy to remove nightly with transparent string handle

Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC)

  • Custom molded to your ear
  • Push button control and volume wheel access versus IIC
  • Easy to remove nightly with transparent string handle

In-The-Canal (ITC)

  • Half shell custom molded to your ear
  • Easier to manage with some dexterity issues
  • Larger battery versus smaller sizes
  • Push button control and volume wheel easy to manipulate
  • Directional microphone capable

In-The-Ear (ITE)

  • Full shell design custom molded to your ear
  • Easiest to manage for people with dexterity issues
  • Largest battery for longest life
  • Push button control and volume wheel easy to manipulate
  • Directional microphone capable