Take a Look at Our Versatile Selection of Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are available in many different sizes and styles thanks to advancements in digital technology and miniaturization of the internal components.

In fact, many of today’s hearing aids are sleek, compact, and innovative, offering solutions to a wide range of hearing aid wearers.

The Latest Technology at the Most Competitive Rates

At Advanced Hearing Center, we feature a wide array of devices to ensure you receive the perfect model to enhance your life. Browse the following section to get a better sense of our current range.

In-the-Ear

  • Invisible in-the-Canal (IIC): Designed for mild to moderate hearing loss, these hearing aids sit in or past the second bend in the ear canal, rendering them invisible to virtually all observers.
  • Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC): Nearly invisible when worn, CIC hearing aids fit entirely within the ear canal. They’re best for patients with mild to moderate hearing loss.
  • In-the-Canal (ITC): These hearing aids are larger and more visible than CIC hearing aids, but they also support more advanced features like longer battery life and directional microphones. They are best for patients with mild to moderate hearing loss.
  • Full Shell or In the Ear (ITE): The most versatile and advanced hearing aids, full shell hearing aids sit in the outer ear bowl. While they are easily visible, they more than make up for it with advanced features like directional microphones and larger battery sizes. They can also fit larger receivers, making them suitable for patients with mild to severe hearing loss.

Invisible in-the-Canal (IIC)

Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

In-the-Canal (ITC)

Full Shell or in-the-Ear (ITE)

Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

Mini BTE (with slim tube and tip): These are some of the more discreet BTE hearing aids. The aid hides behind the outer ear, while a thin tube connects to a soft tip that sits in the ear canal and feeds amplified sound to the ear. The result is a natural feeling with excellent amplification for mild to moderate high frequency loss.

Receiver-in-the-ear (RITE): While this style looks similar to the mini BTE, there are some important differences. The RITE hearing aid incorporates the speaker into the ear tip rather than the main body of the instrument. This makes them effective even for patients with severe hearing loss.

BTE with earmolds: This style suits patients with mild to profound hearing loss. Because they are larger, they can include features like a program button and volume control. How discreet they are depends on many factors, including the patient’s hairstyle as well as the earmold color and style. Some patients opt for the most discreet styles possible, while others go all out with bold designs such as leopard print and chrome.

Mini BTE (with slim tube and tip)

Receiver-in-the-ear (RITE)

BTE with Earmold