Hearing AIDs


About hearing aid

A hearing aid is an electronic device designed to improve your hearing. They are made small enough to fit behind the ear and help to make sounds louder.
The battery powered hearing aid works as the microphone picks up sound from around you and with the help of an amplifier, it is made louder. A receiver is installed inside which sends the amplified sound directly to your ear.

Different types of hearing aids

Analog AIDs

Analog aids amplify the electrical signals that converted from sound waves. They are often adjustable and custom built to suit the hearing issues needs of the client. The audiologist recommends and specifies the requirements to the manufacturer according to your hearing issues, and then the device is programmed. Analog circuitry is applicable for all kinds of hearing aids and they are usually less expensive than the digital hearing aids.

Digital AIDs

Digital hearing aids work when the sound waves are converted into numerical codes before amplifying them. The hearing aid can be specifically programmed since the code includes information about sound’s pitch or loudness. The digital circuitry has flexibility for the audiologist to adjust the aid according to the user’s needs. Digital circuitry is applicable for all kinds of hearing aids.

Styles of Hearing Aids

Our hearing care professional can recommend you which style of hearing aid will suit you well according to your level of hearing loss, lifestyle, aesthetic preferences, budget etc.
Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC)
It is a custom-fitted style inserted father into the ear canal than other styles appearing completely invisible when worn. It is designed for mild to moderate hearing loss.

Completely-In-Canal (CIC)
This hearing aid is custom made to fit completely into the ear canal, where only the top of the small plastic handle shows. It is designed for mild to moderate hearing loss.

In-The-Canal (ITC)
It is a custom-made fit in the ear canal with a smaller portion of the aid showing in the outer air. It is designed for mildly severe hearing loss.

In-The-Ear (ITE)
This is designed for mild to severe hearing loss, where the hearing instrument is custom-made to fit within the outer portion of the ear.

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)
This hearing aid style is barely visible when worn because the receiver or speaker is inside the ear canal. It is designed to provide comfortable, open fit and is appropriate for mild to moderate hearing issues.

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)
This hearing aid is designed in a casing that rests behind the ear and the clear plastic acoustical tube directly amplifies the sound into an earbud that is fitted inside the ear canal. This is appropriate for moderate to severe hearing loss.


With the level of technology rising, the digital hearing aids have become for automated and even more convenient for the users. With advanced features and newer specifications, the digital hearing aids bring greater benefits. These are the features you are likely to be offered from the best hearing aids

Bluetooth Compatibility

With the Bluetooth compatibility feature, your hearing aid will have the ability to enhance the signal-to-noise ratio and eliminate feedback from the microphone as the signal bypasses the microphone and directly enters the hearing aid’s processor. This wireless feature is less likely to face any interference.

Artificial Intelligence

With the AI feature, the hearing aid can read and learn your preferences and can make changes automatically according to your needs. It can make changes according to environments if necessary, program preferences are set. All in all, it reduces your need to make any manual adjustments.

Advanced hearing aids of this age come with smartphone apps that allow you to make adjustments, contact your hearing care provider and monitor battery life. They also work like assistive listening devices by routing phone calls, converting speeches into text and translating languages.

Rechargeable batteries
Hearing aids now come with rechargeable batteries that allow you to swapping out tiny button batteries after they are unusable.

Tinnitus masking features
This sophisticated feature allows the audiologist to program it an emit sounds that can mask the tinnitus or ringing in your ears, which is often developed when a person has age-related hearing loss.

Binaural processing
This advanced technology helps to mimic the brain’s ability to process information coming from both ears and thus reduces manual adjustments. It is often used to keep the hearing aids operating synchronously.

How to choose ?

Today’s hearing aids are comfortable, discreet and offer a variety of features. There’s a hearing aid out there for everyone. How can you choose the hearing aid that’s right for you? By examining your unique requirements, you and your hearing care professional can determine the best fit for your needs.


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