An in the canal hearing aid delivers powerful performance but stays inconspicuous.
When your hearing starts to go, your quality of life will suffer. It becomes difficult to hear in noisy environments, and can be impossible to even carry on a conversation. We feel cut off from our loved ones and our lives. Thankfully, there are solutions. An in the canal hearing aid can offer powerful performance while remaining minimally visible. There are quite a few different types to consider, as well.
ITE style hearing aids (in the ear) are the largest in-ear type on the market and can be used for those suffering from mild, moderate or severe hearing loss. They’re visible, but compact enough that they don’t stand out. If you’re looking for something smaller, then consider ITC (in the canal) models. These fit much more snugly into the ear and are barely noticeable.
For those who want something even less conspicuous, consider CIC (completely in the canal) hearing aids. These tuck directly into the canal and cannot be seen by a casual observer at all. They’re also good for those with mild, moderate or severe loss. Finally, there are IIC hearing aids (an invisible hearing aid in the canal). These miniature devices can be used by both experienced individuals and those getting their first hearing aid, and cannot be seen at all by observers.
No matter what your level of hearing loss, there’s a solution for your needs. Contact us at Pindrop by calling 416-484-4327 to learn more about your options.