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If you do have trouble with your hearing, you may be wondering if you need a hearing aid.
You could have gradual hearing loss and may not even be aware of it. Hearing issues can affect people at any age, and can have many causes, including:
- Noise exposure
- Family history of hearing loss
- The aging process
At Hearing Professionals, we know that purchasing the proper hearing aid requires the advice and assistance of professionals. Choosing the right hearing aid is an important part of our commitment to providing you with the hearing services and products you may need. There are many types of hearing aids, each with subtle differences that may affect your results. We’ll help you understand these differences and, together, find your best fit.
Selecting the Right Hearing Aid for You
Hearing Professionals offers many styles of hearing aids so that you can find the listening tool that best enhances your ability to hear the many and varied sounds that life has to offer.
Hearing Aid Styles
Sits Behind the Ear: All styles available, including Receiver-In-The-Canal (RIC), Receiver-In-The-Ear (RITE), and Behind-The-Ear (BTE).
These hearing instrument styles sit behind the ears. Benefits include:
- Bluetooth® compatibility
- Directional microphones
- Multiple listening programs
Sits In the Ear: All styles available, including In-The-Ear (ITE), In-The-Canal (ITC), and Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC).
These hearing instruments rest inside the ear. Their benefits include:
- Discreet appearance
- Assistance for mild to severe hearing losses
- Easy to use with telephones
- May include directional microphones, multiple listening programs, a tele-coil and Bluetooth® compatibility
Hearing Professionals carries and services a wide array of hearing aids. Here’s a list of major hearing aid manufacturers with links to their websites. Please visit the sites for more information about each brand.