Hearing Aid Styles
Which style is right for you?
Hearing Aid Features
The features that are most important to you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.
If you have severe hearing loss, you may need a hearing aid with more powerful amplification. If you spend a lot of time in noisy environments, you may need a hearing aid with noise reduction features. If you want to be able to connect your hearing aids to your phone or TV, you will need a hearing aid with connectivity features.
It is important to talk to an audiologist to discuss your individual needs and preferences. Our team will be able to assess your needs and find the features that are best for you and your personal hearing needs.
Hearing Aid Brands
OTC Hearing Devices
Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing devices are a relatively new option for people with mild to moderate hearing loss. They are available without a prescription and are typically less expensive than traditional hearing aids.
OTC hearing devices work by amplifying sound. They come in a variety of styles, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), and in-the-canal (ITC).
There are several benefits to using OTC hearing devices, including convenience, cost and discretion. OTC hearing devices are different from prescription hearing aids so it is important to speak with an audiologist to decide if they are the right hearing loss solution for you.