In ear hearing aids cost less than many other styles, and can pack all the features you want.
Hearing aids have evolved a lot over the past few years. They’ve become smaller, more compact, and more capable of reproducing sound. They also feature a lot of new technology, as well. When it comes to affordability, in ear hearing aids cost less than other styles, particularly CIC and IIC hearing aids, and they can pack in all the features that you want.
In ear hearing aids are perhaps the oldest style on the market, but that doesn’t mean these are the same ones your grandparents used. While they’re larger than IIC or CIC models, or even ITC hearing aids, they’re still smaller than they once were. That means you get a more comfortable fit and less visibility.
Another benefit here is that this style is one of the easiest to use for first time wearers with controls that can be accessed without a problem. The single piece construction is also a benefit, particularly for those who are looking for the simplest and most hassle-free solution to their hearing loss.
In ear hearing aids are suitable for any level of hearing loss, as well, from mild to severe, and the larger format means that wearers with less finger dexterity will have no trouble operating them. Finally, you can include a wide range of technologies in these hearing aids, from Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone, MP3 player or TV, to noise cancellation and more.
When it comes to in ear hearing aids, the cost can be quite affordable. Get in touch with Pindrop today by calling 416-484-4327 to schedule your hearing assessment.