Hearing Aid Overview

Hearing aids improve quality of life

Hearing aids provide everyday support for millions of people with hearing loss. These tiny electronic devices are equipped with innovative technology and sleek designs that allow them to seamlessly integrate into daily life. Hearing aids provide the ears and brain with ample support, making it easier to hear and process speech as well as sound in quiet and in background noise.

Similar to most electronic devices we use today, hearing aids have experienced exciting advancements over the years. There is a wide range of styles, features, and technologies that deliver greater connectivity, enhanced sound quality, and overall hearing experience. Our team takes the time to help you navigate your options. We make sure that we find a hearing solution that optimally meets your hearing and lifestyle needs.

Understanding How Hearing Aids Work

Hearing aids are designed to absorb, amplify, and process speech as well as sound. All hearing aids are made with the following components allowing them to do this:

The last component of all hearing aids is the power source. Hearing aids either use disposable batteries or a rechargeable battery which is becoming more common. Where hearing aids start to differ is when it comes to the style and features offered.

Common Hearing Aid Styles

Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss. We use our expertise and the specifics of your hearing loss to help you navigate your options. Our team is committed to helping you select the device that is optimal for your hearing needs. You will have a risk-free hearing aid trial and subsequent follow-up visits for programing and real ear verification. We will tailor the hearing aids to your hearing loss, listening needs, and varying lifestyle demands.

Behind the ear (BTE)


Receiver in Canal (RIC)


In the ear (ITE)


Invisible in Canal (IIC)

Latest Hearing Aid Features

In addition to a variety of hearing aid styles, there are several hearing aid features and accessories that enhance performance as well as sound quality. A few of today’s features include Bluetooth wireless connectivity to tablets, smartphones and computers, digital noise reduction and sound processing, tinnitus maskers, smartphone app, virtual programming, remote options, and much more.  Accessories like partner microphones and TV connectors offer direct streaming, which is better than normal hearing.

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