If you’re wondering what hearing aid style is best for you, you’ve come to the right place. We have a range of styles to fit your lifestyle and hearing loss, and will work with you to find the right fit. If you want something easy to handle and simple to adjust, we’ll help you pick the perfect Behind-the-Ear (BTE) or Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC) style. Looking for something more discreet? We have a wide range of In-the-Canal (ITC), Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC), and even Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) styles which sits so far into the ear it’s not noticeable. Try out a CROS or BiCROS style if you have hearing loss only in one ear. Any style you choose comes in many colors to blend with skin or hair, and all are made with high quality, durable materials that will provide crystal clear hearing.
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Hearing Aid Styles
We also can provide hybrid, cochlear and bone conduction implants. Dr. Callie Beauchamp works with ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) doctors to program these devices after surgery.
Top Hearing Aid Brands
If you struggle with hearing loss, it’s time to make a change. Getting fitted for hearing aids will improve family relationships, give you back your music appreciation, and let you hear what the grandkids are chattering about. Did you know some of our brands are clinically proven to provide better hearing in noise than normal listeners? We work with top hearing brands from around the world to provide the best in hearing. These quality hearing aids feature noise reduction, feedback suppression, speech enhancement, and ear-to-ear communication. If you suffer from tinnitus, ask about our brands that offer tinnitus therapy programs. Many hearing aids also feature connectivity programs that work through Bluetooth to connect your hearing aids to your phone for easy control and ease of listening.
Starkey is a leading hearing aid brand that never fails to deliver. If you’re looking for connectivity features, Starkey’s Halo2 is the hearing aid you need. Connecting wirelessly to any Apple products, from your iPhone, iPod, or iPad, your hearing aids will work as wireless headphones streaming audio directly into your ears. Not only does Starkey provide state-of-the-art hearing devices, they also give back. They’ve been donating hearing aids to adults and children in need all over the world, and have given away over 1 million hearing aids so far, changing lives and giving the gift of hearing.
Oticon is a popular brand that’s been creating quality hearing technology since 1904. Based in Denmark, Oticon was founded by a man who wanted his wife to live in a world of sound. This vision continues, and their newest program is BrainHearing, an operating system that changes the way hearing aids work. Letting the brain take control, listening effort is reduced, and hearing aid wearers have better listening in noise than normal listeners. OPN is their latest hearing aid that uses BrainHearing to reduce listening fatigue in every environment.
Signia is a new brand recently released by Sivantos, a well-known hearing aid company that never fails to deliver unique products. Signia runs on their Primax platform, which reduces listening effort, focuses on speech understanding, and provides advanced directionality. Primax has been clinically proven to reduce listening effort in noisy environments. New to Signia is the Cellion Primax, a completely rechargeable hearing device that will run for 2 days on a single charge! Silk Primax is another original design from Signia, featuring in-the-ear hearing technology without a custom mold.
Phonak is a well-known name in the hearing aid industry, selling their technology in over 100 countries around the world. One of our favorite programs by Phonak is their AutoSense OS technology. This program scans the sounds around you, and automatically changes settings and mixes programs, balancing the sounds in your environment with no effort on your part. Just sit back and enjoy clear hearing. Audeo B is one of Phonak’s newest hearing aids, and features a rechargeable battery.
Unitron in known for developing reliable, easy to wear hearing devices. They’re concerned with aesthetics as well as function, and produce sleek, sophisticated hearing aids. A recent innovation is their Moxi Now, the world’s smallest receiver-in-canal hearing aid that looks as good as it sounds. Unitron received a reddot award in 2016 for their fresh designs.
Widex has been producing hearing aids since 1956, and they employ more than 4,000 employees around the world. Widex is responsible for the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid that provides natural hearing, and their Unique series is a favorite. It’s full of advanced features, like their Wind Noise Attenuation system that provides clear hearing in windy conditions. Their Soft Level Noise Reduction system keeps soft sounds audible, so you won’t be missing any important sounds.