Styles & Technology

Hearing aids come in a variety of shapes, styles and technologies.  Which one is right for you?  That answer depends on your individual hearing loss and your personal listening needs.  We will work with you to determine the very best solution for you, your lifestyle and your budget.

Three major types of hearing aids:


Behind-the-ear (BTE)

The main section of this hearing aid is hidden behind your ear and connected to a molded receiver that fits snugly in the outer ear.

Suitable for: all types of hearing loss.


Receive- in-ear (RIE)

RIE hearing aids are small, discreet and very versatile. These digital hearing aids – which people also refer to as ‘Bluetooth hearing aids’ – typically offer great connectivity and audio streaming from everyday devices, e.g. smartphones and TVs.

Design-wise, RIE hearing aids sit behind the ear. Traditionally, microphones in the main body of the hearing aids send sounds down through a thin, virtually invisible tubing, curving discreetly around the back of your ears, into a receiver covered with a comfortable dome.

Suitable for: mild to moderately severe hearing loss.

Custom Hearing Aids

Custom-made hearing aids, measured to match your ears and made just for you.

There are many types of hearing aids available, but custom hearing aids are simply unique. As the name suggests, custom hearing aids are custom-made to your individual hearing needs, ear shape, size, and structure. The smallest custom hearing aids are super discreet and almost invisible in the ear.

Suitable for: mild to moderately severe hearing loss.

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