No two people are the same when it comes to need and preference. The same goes for when selecting the right hearing aid.

For many hearing aid users, visibility is an important factor. No matter if you choose a hearing aid that sits behind the ear or one that sits in the ear, modern hearing aids looks very different from the big, beige and whistling devices you might remember your grandfather wearing. They are tiny sophisticated computers in an elegant and discreet casing.

Your hearing care professional will help you to make the right choice for you. After the hearing test, your hearing care professional will interview you about your needs, preferences and requirements when it comes to your hearing and your hearing aid. The purpose is to find the right hearing aid solution to match your lifestyle and what is most important to you. All this is to give you the best possible hearing in all the many situations you face in your daily life. 


  • Profound hearing loss: If you have profound hearing loss, your hearing care professional will most likely recommend a Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid.
  • Narrow ear canals: If you have narrow ear canals, your hearing care professional will probably recommend a BTE hearing aid. 
  • Listening situations: Hearing aids are available in variety of technology levels. Make sure to review the different features with the listening environments you are in the most.
  • Visibility concerns: Completely-in-canal (CIC) are the smallest hearing aids on the market.
  • Vision and dexterity: A hearing aid remote control can help you handle the small In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids or CIC, if you have challenges with your dexterity or your vision.
  • Budget: Most of our hearing aid models are available in three “levels of advancement.” The price of your hearing aids depends on how advanced the hearing aid technology is.


The best way to find your perfect hearing aid is to try them out. We will connect you with a hearing care professional near you.

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