Advances in digital hearing aid technology have led to certain aids that fit invisibly in your ear, and work well for certain levels of hearing loss. When worn, invisible hearing aids are virtually unnoticeable. Only the wearer knows that he or she is using hearing technology to improve their communication and listening skills.
It’s important to make an appointment with a your hearing care provider to determine if your ear canal is appropriately shaped for an invisible hearing aid, and if your level of hearing loss aligns with the benefits of its specific technology.
Sound interesting? Make an appointment with your provider today to learn more about invisible hearing aids and how they can improve hearing and communication. – See more at: http://hearingloss.com/invisible-hearing-aids-technology#sthash.SfTmFIfm.dpuf