Hearing Aid

A hearing aid is a highly sophisticated amplification device.
There are many different types of hearing aids, just as there are many forms of hearing loss but they are share five basic components. All of the hearing aid components works on amplifying sounds to enhance particular hearing range problems.
The design can vary but the overall effect is to empower you to live your life to the fullest.

Some hearing aids also have ear molds or earpieces to direct the flow of sound into the ear and enhance sound quality. The selection of hearing aids is based on the type and severity of hearing loss, listening needs and lifestyle.

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  • Behind-The-Ear

    • Variety of color options available
    • For moderate to severe hearing loss
    • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
    • Discreet design
  • Receiver-In-Carnal

    • Discreet design
    • Variety of color options available
    • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
    • First-ever touch control panel
    • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • In-The-Ear

    • Easy to adjust
    • For mild to severe hearing loss
    • Custom-made for you
    • Variety of color options available
  • In-The-Carnal

    • For mild to mildly severe hearing loss
    • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid
    • Custom-made for you
    • Variety of color options available
  • Completely-In-Carnal

    • Virtually undetectable
    • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
    • Custom-made for you
  • Invisible Products

    • Custom-made for you
    • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
    • Completely invisible in most ears
  • Tinnitus

    • Variety of color options available
    • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
    • First-ever touch control panel

Cochlear Implant

The smallest sound processor on the market

A cochlear implant is an established, effective and long-term solution for people with moderate to profound hearing loss. Cochlear pioneered the implant technology and is still the world’s industry leader. Did you need cochlear implant technology?  Contact Us