When it comes to treating hearing loss, hearing aids are the most widely recommended treatment, whether you have mild, moderate, severe or profound hearing loss. At Associated Specialists in Hearing Disorders & Hearing Aids, we understand how vital it is to your treatment to find the right hearing aid for your specific needs. That’s why we offer a number of different styles, brands and features.
Styles of Hearing Aids
Just like there are many types and degrees of hearing loss, there are many styles of hearing aids available for individuals from which to choose. Common styles include:
- Invisible in canal (IIC)
- Completely in canal (CIC)
- In the canal (ITC)
- In the ear (ITE)
- Receiver in canal (RIC)
- Behind the ear (BTE)
The best way to prevent hearing loss from happening is to protect your hearing in the first place. Hearing protection options include earplugs, earmolds, both over-the-counter and custom-made.
Hearing Aid Products and Accessories by Manufacturer
Bluetooth Hearing Aids
Hearing aids now come equipped with Bluetooth technology, which enables for seamless connection to speakers, sound systems and more for clearer, more vibrant and – most important – static-free sound.
CapTel is the leading world provider in captioned telephone services. This service enables individuals with hearing loss to maintain telephone conversations by reading large print captions of the conversation they’re having.
Cell phone accessories
Hearing aids shouldn’t prevent you from keeping in contact with the world. That’s why we carry cell phone accessories for hearing aids that help amplify volume, reduce static and limit feedback that sometimes occurs with hearing aids.
Lyric Invisible Hearing Aids
Lyric hearing aids are the first devices that are so small and comfortable that it can be word during most daily activities, including sleeping, showering, exercising and using headphones. While not waterproof, Lyric hearing aids are water-resistant, enabling for a whole new world of possibilities.
Oticon is known as one of the most trusted products in the industry. With hearing aid products for every need, individuals with hearing loss can choose from basic, digital or high-tech devices.
Phonak focuses on empowering people with hearing loss to regain freedom with the gift of sound. Phonak offers products for individuals with all degrees and types of hearing loss.
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
In an effort to reduce waste and time, rechargeable hearing products, such as batteries and hearing aids, are available. These devices can be used again and again and don’t require endless waste.
With an ecosystem of hearing devices, wireless accessories and apps to help those with hearing loss enjoy their life to the fullest, ReSound enables people to live life the way they want to live. All hearing aids and accessories made by ReSound are applicable to individuals with hearing loss of all types and degrees.
Rexton’s hearing aids offer a full suite of devices, complete with accessories and applications to enhance connectivity, convenience and comfort to anyone’s hearing aid use. Rexton hearing products are suitable for individuals with all types and degrees of hearing loss.
Formerly known as Siemens, Signia is known for its ability to provide smart products for a lower cost. Signia’s devices are small, comfortable and ready-to-wear.
Starkey Hearing Technologies’ focus is on helping people hear, which is why they have a full product line for people with all types and degrees of hearing loss. From wireless or digital devices to invisible or single-sided products, Starkey has it all.
Unitron puts the wearer first and in doing so, has been a world leader in design. For more than 50 years, Unitron has offered hearing aids that are aesthetically appealing, comfortable and intuitively functional.
Widex understands that hearing loss is truly individual. That understanding has gone into the creation of every hearing aid and device they offer, which is suitable for individuals with every type and degree of hearing loss.