Available Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing aids come in many different styles, from digital hearing aids, iPhone hearing aids, and now rechargeable hearing aids. Each device looks and feels different than the next. Hearing aids are small electronic devices that you wear in or behind your ears to help you hear. It amplifies the sounds you want to hear while removing background noise. Hearing aids allow you to hear the world around you and help you to live a more fulfilled life. It allows the wearer to listen and communicate so they can participate in daily activities. Hearing aids come in a number of sizes from the Invisible-In-Canal to a Receiver-In-Canal. The hearing aid you choose will ultimately depend on your hearing loss, your ears, and your lifestyle. Our hearing instrument specialist will show you all the available options that will fit your hearing loss! There’s something for everyone.
A hearing aid has three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier, and speaker. The hearing aid receives the sound through the microphone, which converts the sound waves to electrical signals and sends them to an amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signal and then sends them to the ear through the speaker.
A hearing aid can help people to hear more efficiently in both quiet and noisy social situations. Unfortunately, only one out of five people who would benefit from a hearing aid actually wears one. There is ever-increasing evidence showing that treating hearing loss with hearing aids can improve or limit some serious health issues such as cognitive decline and dementia. In fact, a 2017 study revealed that treating hearing loss is the single greatest change a person can make to help lower their risk for dementia.
We want to help you find hearing aids that best fit your lifestyle, your loss, and your budget. Stop by one of our many locations and a hearing specialist will walk you through the process. Call us today for your free appointment!
Depending on your personal preferences and hearing needs, our hearing aids come in a wide variety of styles.
The best hearing aids for you will be based solely on your hearing range, determined by your hearing test. Our hearing specialist will work with you to get you into the best hearing aid for your hearing loss and your lifestyle.