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Hearing Aids

We have six styles of hearing aids. Learn about each to
discover which type of hearing aid is right for you.

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

The world's most common hearing aid style. Available in standard, mini or power.

Pros

  • Size is easy to hold and adjust
  • Larger battery provides longer battery life - rechargeable option also available
  • Bigger size provides more durability and allows for more features

To consider

  • Quick to fit (can take home the same day)
  • Least discreet hearing aid
  • Available in standard, mini or power

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Are Behind-The-Ear hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

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Tom is wearing a standard Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aid.

 

Behind-The-Ear hearing aids available with technologies
Livio Edge AI

Livio Edge AI

Experience next-generation sound performance with the power of artificial intelligence.

Livio AI

Livio AI

Enjoy exceptional sound quality and the ability to track your brain and body health.

Explore Livio AI
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

Small, discreet and quick to fit. Perfect for first-time hearing aid wearers.

Pros

  • Typically smaller and more discreet than a BTE
  • Can fit “open,” which allows for more natural sound quality of the wearer’s voice
  • Bigger size provides more durability and allows for more features - rechargeable available in select styles

To consider

  • Quick to fit (can take home the same day)
  • Less discreet than custom styles
  • Speaker is more susceptible to earwax and moisture clogging

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Are Receiver-In-Canal hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

Schedule an appointment >
Anna is wearing a micro Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aid.
Receiver-In-Canal hearing aids available with technologies
Livio Edge AI

Livio Edge AI

Experience next-generation sound performance with the power of artificial intelligence.

Livio AI

Livio AI

Enjoy exceptional sound quality and the ability to track your brain and body health.

Explore Livio AI
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

In-The-Ear (ITE)

Custom hearing aid that fits within the outer portion of the ear.

Pros

  • Custom fit to your ear
  • Larger battery provides longer battery life - rechargeable is available in select styles
  • Can include controls for volume and memory that won’t fit on smaller custom hearing aids

To consider

  • Largest of the custom styles
  • Can be made full or half shell
  • May pick up more wind noise than smaller custom devices

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Are In-The-Ear hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

Schedule an appointment >
Anna is wearing an In-The-Ear (ITE) hearing aid.
In-The-Ear hearing aids available with technologies
Livio Edge AI

Livio Edge AI

Experience next-generation sound performance with the power of artificial intelligence.

Livio AI

Livio AI

Enjoy exceptional sound quality and the ability to track your brain and body health.

Explore Livio AI
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

In-The-Canal (ITC)

Custom hearing aid that fits in the ear canal. Smaller portion shows in outer ear.

Pros

  • Custom-fit to your ear
  • Less visible than larger custom styles
  • Can include controls for volume and memory that won’t fit on smaller custom hearing aids

To consider

  • Second largest custom style
  • Small size may be challenging to wearers with dexterity issues
  • Small batteries require more frequent changing - rechargeable is available in select styles

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Are In-The-Canal hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

Schedule an appointment >
Tom is wearing an In-The-Canal (ITC) hearing aid.
In-The-Canal hearing aids available with technologies
Livio Edge AI

Livio Edge AI

Experience next-generation sound performance with the power of artificial intelligence.

Livio AI

Livio AI

Enjoy exceptional sound quality and the ability to track your brain and body health.

Explore Livio AI
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

Completely-In-Canal (CIC)

Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing aid shows outside of the ear canal.

Pros

  • Custom fit to your ear
  • Our second smallest custom hearing aid style
  • Less visible than larger custom styles

To consider

  • Small size may be challenging to wearers with dexterity issues
  • Small batteries require more frequent changing
  • Small size cannot accommodate manual volume or memory controls

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Are Completely-In-Canal hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

Schedule an appointment >
Valentine is wearing a Completely-In-Canal (CIC) hearing aid.
Completely-In-Canal hearing aids available with technology
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

Invisible (IIC)

Rest in the second bend of the ear canal where no one can see them.

Pros

  • Custom-fit to your ear
  • The smallest, most discreet hearing aid made
  • Rests deep in the second bend of your ear canal

To consider

  • Small size may be challenging to wearers with dexterity issues
  • Small batteries require more frequent changing
  • Small size cannot accommodate manual volume or memory controls

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Are Invisible-In-Canal hearing aids right for you?

Which hearing aid is right depends on many factors, including desired features, your ear anatomy, specific lifestyle needs, budget, cosmetic appeal and more. It’s best to work with a hearing professional to determine the right style for you.

 

Schedule an appointment >
Victor is wearing an Invisible-In-Canal (IIC) hearing aid.
Invisible hearing aids available with technology
Muse iQ

Muse iQ

Hear more comfortably and clearly in challenging environments.

Explore Muse iQ

Hearing Aids