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Hearing Aid Styles


Hearing Aid Styles

 
Hearing aids come in a variety of styles. Adirondack Audiology Associates is always at the forefront of the latest and greatest digital hearing aids on the market today. Below are examples of different types of hearing technology we offer at our practice locations in Colchester, Plattsburgh, Saranac Lake, Potsdam, and Malone.
 

AGXSP
The made for iPhone® Hearing Aid

  • Fully compatible with Apple® products
  • Delivers Pristine Sound
  • Personalized Control
  • Live Microphone
  • Easily Find Your Hearing Aids

Learn more about the AGXSP


Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC)

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Completely invisible in most ears
  • Custom-made for you
Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC)


Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC)


For mild to severe hearing loss
 

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Leaves the ear open
  • Reduced or no “plugged up” feeling
  • Sleek design barely visible when worn
Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC)


Behind-the-Ear (BTE)


Appropriate for almost all types of hearing loss
 

  • Appropriate for almost all types of hearing loss
  • Custom earpiece is molded to fit your outer ear
  • Discreet design
Standard Behind-the-Ear (BTE)


Completely In-the-Canal (CIC)


For mild to moderate hearing loss
 

  • For mild to moderate hearing loss
  • Virtually undetectable
  • Placement within the ear cuts down on wind noise
Completely In-the-Canal (CIC)


In-the-Canal (ITC)


For adults with mild to moderately severe hearing loss
 

  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Fits in the ear canal
  • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid
In-the-Canal (ITC)


Half Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)


For people with mild to severe hearing loss
 

  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Fits directly into external ear
  • Inserted and adjusted with ease
Half Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)


Full Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)


For people with mild to severe hearing loss
 

  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Fits directly into external ear
  • Inserted and adjusted with ease
Full Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)

Choosing the right hearing aid depends of the type of lifestyle that you live. Click here to see what lifestyle you fit into: Hearing Aids Comparison.

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