The housing of this hearing aid completely fills the ear. The advantages include a longer battery life, the availability of a power version for severe hearing loss, and improved operation.
In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are a good option if you want an easy-to-handle device. The traditional ITE hearing aid comes in different sizes and are typically worn fully inside the ear or ear canal. These types of hearing aids can house many electronic features within one single case, providing room for more features including a telecoil, multiple directional microphones and more.
All the components are located inside a small shell. Volume can be adjusted and programs can be selected by remote control. Many models can be connected wirelessly to electronic devices such as mobile phones and TV sets (additional accessories are required).
Your ears are as unique as you are! There’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to choosing your hearing aids. Our Hearing Aid Audiologists are experts in helping you choose the right hearing aid – as well as basing their decision on your hearing loss and your ear shape, they’ll ask you about your budget, the style you’d like, and the functions you want.