• Mar 18, 2013

Compare Hearing Aids

To properly compare hearing aids you need to trial different styles and different brands.
Now you can also get lifestyle type heaing aids like the one pictured to the left - the first waterproof hearing aid.

Hearing Aid Styles

Behind the Ear Hearing Aids (BTE)Behind The Ear Hearing Aid Small

These are aids that fit behind the ear and can be divided into large and small.
Some of the small aids can be very sophisticated and not very noticable to the eye.
The value of this type of aid is they are very comfortable to wear.

There is a silicon dome and tube that enters the ear. The silicon dome is very comfortable.

Our Prices for Behind the Ear Hearing Aids

In the canal Hearing Aids (ITC)

In the Canal Hearing AidIn the canal hearing aids are visible and fit into the ear as pictured.

Completely in the Canal Hearing Aids (CIC)

Completely in the Canal Hearing Aids are often noticable depending on your ear. The are very discrete.

Invisible in the Canal Hearing Aids (IIC)Invisible In The Canal Hearing Aid

The latest and smallest hearing aids are invisible to the outside world. They fit deeply into the ear canal close to the ear drum.
Usually these aids are for mild to moderate hearing loss.

Hearing Aid Brands in Australia

If you use an independent audiologist you will get the opportunity to try various brands in Australia. Fortunately an independent hearing professional can recommend the brand that gets the most success.
Refer to the article about Hearing Aid Brands in Australia.

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