Types of Hearing Aids- Ear & Hearing Audiologist Melbourneearandhearing
Remember those bulky, uncomfortable and rather unattractive buff-coloured hearing devices? Thankfully, they’re a thing of the past! In recent years, electronics have been miniaturised to the point where designers have been able to focus more on aesthetics. As a result, people can now lead unencumbered, fully functional lives with a solution that’s so tiny; you’d never know they were wearing one.
Hearing Aids can be classified into 3 groups: Daily Wear In-The-Ear, Daily Wear Behind-The-Ear, Extended Wear.
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Each group may come in different styles.
Daily Wear ITEs
Invisible In the Canal (IIC): Being the tiniest custom made devices, they offer high cosmetic appeal as they are nearly invisible when worn. IIC styles fit very deeply in the ear canal, allowing the wearer to benefit from the pinna’s natural localization and resonance characteristics. They are typically fit for mild or moderate hearing losses.
Daily Wear BTEs
Slim tube Mini BTE: BTE with ear-mould
BTE hearing solutions fit behind-the-ear and are attached to a soft custom ear-mould. With BTE models, the electronics are housed in a case that fits behind the ear. Sound is directed from the device, through the tubing, and through the ear-mould to the ear. Ear moulds are custom made to fit the contours behind the ear.
Invisible Lyric Hearing
Lyric Invisible Hearing Aid: Lyric can easily be worn while exercising, showering, talking on the phone and using headphones. Unlike others, Lyric is purchased on a subscription basis and does not require users to replace or buy batteries, pay for repairs, maintenance or technology upgrades. We are proud to be one of the few qualified Premier Elite Providers of Lyric in Australia.
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