When it comes to hearing aids, one size does not fit all.

We are all unique and have different needs and goals.  By offering you a variety of different styles, sizes, and manufacturers, we can meet your hearing needs and fit your style.

What Hearing Aids Do

Originally, hearing aids could only amplify all of the sound around them, that was the best that technology could do at the time.

So, if you were in a noisy place, your hearing aids just made the noise louder, and they didn’t improve your hearing – you still couldn’t understand what was being said.  That’s why so many people threw them into a drawer and forgot about them.

Today’s hearing aids use highly sophisticated technology that filters background noise and amplifies the sounds you want to hear.  So, even in a noisy location, you can hear and understand a conversation.

By understanding the exact nature of your hearing loss, we can fit you with the design and technology that will give you the hearing improvement possible.

Call today to discuss your needs and goals.

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Receiver in the Ear

Small and Effective 

Receiver in the Ear (RITE) sometimes called Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC) hearing aid instruments include a case that sits behind your ear.

But unlike traditional Behind-the-Ear (BTE) devices, the receiver (or "loudspeaker") piece goes inside your ear.  This allows these devices to be smaller than BTEs. 

Receiver-in-the-Canal Features:

  • Available in mini or micro sizes
  • All components except  receiver contained in a case worn behind the ear 
  • Sound directed into the ear canal through receiver unit
  • Can be fit with standard domes or custom earmolds
  • Virtually unnoticeable when worn
  • For mild to severe hearing losses
  • Variety of color options available

Custom Hearing Aids

Almost Invisible 

Custom Hearing Aids (canal-style devices) are among the smallest hearing instruments. They hide within your ear canal, so they're custom made to fit you exactly.

There are three types of canal-style devices:

  • Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC) device fits the deepest within the canal; a tiny extension cord is used to insert and remove the instrument.  
  • In-the-Canal (ITC) devices are slightly larger, so they extend farther out but remain very hidden.
  • In-The-Ear (ITE) you will see some of the device's face, depending on the size and shape of your ear.

Canal Model Features:

  • Custom fit
  • CIC models are nearly invisible
  • CIC and ITC models are suitable for mild to moderate hearing losses
  • ITE models are suitable for moderate to severe hearing losses
  • Skin tone colors available 


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Power Hearing Aids

Powerful Amplification

Power Hearing Aids are designed for extreme hearing loss. Some listening situations may have felt insurmountable in the past, but now there is help for those situations. Thanks to a solid set of features that keeps sounds clear and natural, these hearing aids can aid in a significant increase in the quality of life for those with severe hearing loss.

Power features:

  • Understanding speech is the peak priority.
  • Has speech variable processing to preserve the soft nuances in spoken words for better understanding
  • Speech priority noise reduction features work to separate speech from surrounding noise while reverb reduction features help control the lingering "ring" that sounds can take on in large spaces like assembly halls or places of worship.