Hearing Aids

Offering all major hearing aid manufacturers

As we are a fully independent hearing aid practice, we  are able to offer you the full choice of the latest advanced digital hearing aids from the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers, such as Phonak, Unitron, Widex, Oticon, Starkey, Siemens and GN Resound.

Your hearing loss, lifestyle, ear size and shape can influence which style of hearing aid is best suited to you.  We care that you choose a hearing aid that is right for you and will spend time with you showing the suitable options available to you.

IIC (Invisible in Canal)

IIC is more than just a tiny hearing aid. It is the perfect combination of maximum hearing performance and minimum size. It is custom crafted to fit entirely in your ear canal, using computer-aided design and the latest generation of advanced materials. Wearing comfort is guaranteed while consistently delivering outstanding sound quality.

Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) Hearing Aid

These devices fit completely in the canal (CIC). Only the head of a tiny plastic line with which you insert or remove the instrument shows above the canal. Although CIC instruments offer aesthetic appeal, the structure of some individuals’ ears (e.g. those with a very narrow canal) may make this style unsuitable for them.

In-the-canal (ITC) Hearing Aid

In-the-canal (ITC) instruments are smaller still, featuring an earmould that fits down in to the ear canal and a smaller portion that faces out into the outer ear. They are discreet, yet partially visible within the outer ear and accommodate a mild to mildly severe hearing loss.

In-the-ear (ITE) Hearing Aid

In-the-ear instruments house their technology components in a custom-formed earmould that fits within the outer portion of the ear. ITE’s are appropriate for wearers with a mild to severe hearing loss and feature easy-to-use controls which are ideal for those with limited manual dexterity.

Receiver In Canal (RIC) Hearing Aid

RIC hearing instruments consist of two main parts.  The tiny unit is placed behind the ear and contains the battery and the circuitry. This is then connected by a thin wire to the receiver which is placed within the ear canal.