Discover Your Perfect Hearing Aid
Discover Your Perfect Hearing Aid
Hearing aids come in a variety of different styles and colours, offering a range of modern features such as Bluetooth and rechargeable technology. This diverse selection is designed to cater to all types of hearing loss, listening preferences, and budgets.
From discreet in-the-ear options to powerful behind-the-ear models, we’ll help you navigate through the choices. Each style brings its own blend of comfort and performance, and we’re here to help you understand the differences so you can find the right hearing aid – just for you!
Following your hearing assessment with a trusted professional, you will also have the opportunity to experience a live demonstration. This firsthand encounter showcases the transformative impact hearing aids can have on your life.
Your Hearing Aids from Hearing Solutions
As hearing aid technologies continue to advance, there are always new features and types on the rise, each promising a restored and improved listening experience. So, what’s the best hearing aid for you?
Hearing Solutions is here to help you find the right hearing aids. Our hearing aid practitioners can fit you with the best hearing aids according to your age, needs, lifestyle, and the type of hearing loss you are experiencing.
From in-the-ear and behind-the-ear models, to rechargeable wearables, we offer a wide range of devices with the most advanced technologies. Restore crystal clear hearing without the noise, and experience life’s precious moments in full sound. Browse our selection of different types of hearing aids, and book a consultation to find your perfect fit.
Modern hearing aids are powerful: they are built with advanced features that adapt to your hearing needs and offer the best possible hearing experience. Now, you can hear again—crystal clear, from conversations with loved ones, to music, laughter, and other sounds of the world around.
Hearing aids help you hear with three key components:
- The microphone picks up sounds and acoustic signals in your environment, then transmits these to the processor.
- The processor amplifies the transmitted sounds and converts these into electric signals.
- The loudspeaker transmits signals to your ears, allowing you to hear the sound.
More Than “Making Things Louder”: Improved Sound Quality with Hearing Aids
Hearing aids do a lot more than increase the volume of sounds. Instead, they amplify: they detect important auditory signals in your environment to help you hear what matters, and eliminate disruptive noise and feedback. This means better hearing, and improved listening, conversations, and social interactions. See the latest hearing technology at work in your hearing aids:
- Hear at the right volume: Varying degrees of hearing loss make it increasingly hard to hear sounds at certain volumes, especially softer ones. Hearing aids are set to a certain threshold for increasing the volume of signals as they are transmitted, allowing wearers to hear comfortably.
- Reduce background noise: Hearing aids are adaptive to your specific hearing needs. With innovations in hearing aid technologies, these filter out background noise, while amplifying specific frequencies you no longer hear well. Now, you can easily keep up with conversations even in busy and crowded places, or listen to music and stream your favourite shows without having to turn the volume all the way up — and uncomfortably for others around you.
- Retrain the brain: The longer hearing loss goes undetected and untreated, the more your brain loses the ability to process sounds. Eventually, it forgets how to interpret these. But with hearing aids, you can gradually restore hearing by training the brain to process auditory signals transmitted by the device.
In today’s technologically advanced world, hearing aids have evolved into sophisticated devices that seamlessly blend cutting-edge technology with exceptional comfort. These modern marvels have revolutionized the way individuals experience sound, enabling them to enjoy clear conversations, relish music, and engage fully in various environments. Let’s delve into the inner workings of modern hearing aids and explore how they enhance your hearing experience.
Digital Sound Processing: Precision at its Finest
Modern hearing aids are equipped with advanced digital sound processing technology, which acts as the brain of the device. When sound enters the hearing aid through the microphone, it is immediately converted into digital signals. These signals are processed by intricate algorithms that analyze and distinguish between different frequencies and levels of sound. This processing allows the hearing aid to amplify and fine-tune specific sounds, prioritizing speech while minimizing background noise.
Types of Hearing Aids
Ready to try hearing aids and reconnect with the people you love and the world around you? Browse the different types of hearing aids we offer at Hearing Solutions. Ask our hearing healthcare providers about the best type for your hearing needs and lifestyle. Get sound professional advice you can trust, from fitting to lifelong wear.
A listening experience fully customized to your hearing needs, made possible by ITC hearing aids. These are custom-made to fit entirely inside the ear canal, but can still be removed daily for easy access. ITC hearing aids are prescribed for mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Recommended for mild to moderately severe hearing loss, CIC hearing aids fit deep inside the ear canal. They’re nearly invisible but can be easily removed, making them perfect for everyday wear.
One of the most universal types of hearing aids, ITE models are suitable for mild to severe hearing loss. These are custom-made to fit precisely and securely in your outer ear. Though slightly larger than CIC and ITC models, they can be removed daily, offering both comfort and performance.
Prescribed for mild to profound hearing loss, BTE models are worn behind the ear, rather than sitting inside. BTE hearing aids look traditional, exactly the style people commonly associate with hearing aids. But with modern technology and design, BTE hearing aids are now more discreet for comfortable everyday wear.
The benefits of both the CIC and BTE hearing aids, now in the RITE model. RITE hearing aids sit behind the ear, with a very thin tube connecting to a small piece that fits completely in the ear canal. The result is a discreet look, with a full range of hearing functions that benefit wearers with mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Like the BTE model, open fit hearing aids sit comfortably behind your ear. A very narrow, almost invisible tube connects it to a small “bud” that fits discreetly in your ear canal. Open fit hearing aids also eliminate a “hollow” sound commonly heard by wearers when speaking. With their discreet look and sound optimization, open fit models are the most popular style, suitable for mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Hearing aids that are 100% invisible — sitting deep in the ear canal, as if they weren’t there at all. Thanks to their precise and secure fit, invisible hearing aids can be worn for up to several months, throughout daily activities and even sports, for uninterrupted listening. Invisible hearing aids also utilize the anatomy of the ear to allow natural hearing, so you can hear natural sounds.
An optimized, fully personalized listening experience — that’s the promise of Bluetooth hearing aids. Now, you can connect your hearing aids to your smartphone, TV, or remote microphone for fully immersive sound and uninterrupted listening tailored to your hearing needs. You may need a streamer to connect your hearing aids to your device, but as technology continues to advance, many Bluetooth hearing aids are now skipping this intermediate step.
With hearing aids that charge like your smartphone, you’ll never run out of power again. Rechargeable hearing aids allow you to enjoy up to 24 hours of uninterrupted hearing and listening, with batteries lasting 40% longer than conventional ones. These hearing aids are convenient and easy to use, with quick charging times and mobile chargers like other devices you already own.