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Different Hearing Aid Types/Styles (Most Popular)...
These may be the most popular but there are many others.

RIC: The receiver-in-the-canal device is small, discreet, and incredibly quick to fit; perfect for many first-time wearers.
  • Comfortable open fit
  • Sleek design barely visible when worn
  • Color choices to match your hair, skin tone and lifestyle
  • For mild to moderate hearing loss
  • Switches modes seamlessly to match your listening environment
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RIC AP: Receiver-In-Canal Absolute Power. The receiver-in-canal Absolute Power instrument combines a custom-formed ear mold with the sleek, sophisticated receiver-in-canal instrument allowing people with even the most severe hearing loss to enjoy style without sacrificing power and performance.

  • Ultimate power and performance
  • Replaces large behind-the-ear products for power needs
  • For moderate to severe hearing loss
  • Discreet, barely visible when worn
  • Color choices to match your hair, skin tone and lifestyle
  • Switches modes seamlessly to match your listening environment
  • Improved speech understanding with the industry's top-rated feedback canceler
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CIC: Completely in the Canal. These devices fit completely in the canal. Only the head of a tiny plastic line—with which you insert or remove the instrument—shows above the canal.

  • Fits completely in the ear canal and is virtually invisible
  • Appropriate for mild to mildly severe hearing loss
  • Custom made just for you
  • Requires some manual dexterity
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BTE: Behind the Ear. Major components are housed outside the ear. Initially popular years go, this style is again becoming popular due to their flexibility.
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ITC: In the Canal. In-The-Canal instruments feature an ear mold that fits down into the ear canal and a smaller portion that faces out into the outer ear.

  • Less visible
  • Appropriate for mild to mildly severe hearing loss
  • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid
  • Custom made just for you
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This covers the more popular of styles, although there are many more. Contact us today to have an experienced hearing professional help you choose a type that will improve the quality of life, and most importantly the impove the quality of life of you're loved ones.
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