We recommend collaborating with an experienced hearing care professional when choosing the treatment for your type of hearing loss. There are more hearing aid styles and features than ever before, but some aids are more appropriate for certain types of hearing loss than others. For instance, invisible-in-the-canal hearing aids (IICs) are most commonly worn by individuals with mild to moderate hearing loss, whereas in-the-ear hearing aids (ITEs) and behind-the-ear aids (BTEs) can be worn by people with mild to severe types of hearing loss.

Your hearing care professional will make impressions of your ears and discuss your lifestyle needs and hearing in order to pair with them the appropriate hearing aid technology.

Ask your professional about free trials and technology demonstrations so you can be certain you are selecting the right technology for your hearing loss needs.