'Invisible' Hearing Aids
Invisible hearing aids fit deep in your ear canal – close to your eardrum – and provide superior sound amplification and noise reduction with no visible trace of a hearing aid.
No Embarrassment or Social Stigma
For the millions of people who live with untreated hearing loss every day, this could be the hearing aid they've been waiting for. Many people avoid hearing aids because they consider hearing aids to be a sign of aging. These people don’t feel “old” so they don’t want to look “old”. With invisible hearing aids, the stigma of wearing hearing aids is gone, and people can enjoy the all benefits of better hearing without worrying about how they look.
Comfortable To Wear
Invisible hearing aids sit comfortably in your ear canal – approximately 1/6 of an inch away from the ear drum. They are not surgically implanted devices. Invisible hearing aids are inserted in your ears by a trained audiologist on a routine visit, and if required, they can be removed at home using a special tool that your audiologist provides.
Invisible hearing aids can be worn around the clock for several months at a time. There's no battery to charge or replace, and no frequent maintenance. They can be worn when you sleep, shower, run, or drive the car. Invisible hearing aid users typically visit their audiologist once every few months, where the devices are removed, cleaned, checked for maintenance and reinserted.
Advanced Intuitive Technology
Many invisible hearing aids use intuitive technology to determine the noise level around you, and automatically adjust so you can hear your best in any environment, whether it’s a noisy restaurant or just watching TV at home with your family. Some invisible hearing aids come with programmable features that you can adjust with the click of a button on a remote control, or a simple tool to adjust the volume to your desired level. These devices are small, but they come packed with the latest features and most advanced technology on the market.
Suitable For Most People
Invisible hearing aids are best suited for people with mild to moderately severe hearing loss, which includes the majority of people with hearing loss. An audiologist will assess your level of hearing loss, the shape and size of your ear canal, any other medical conditions you may have, and your most frequent activities to determine if invisible hearing aids are the right choice for you.