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  • In-The-Canal

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Customized Hearing Aids

Hearing loss is affecting over 40 million Americans today, and this number will continue to increase with time. There are a number of reasons a person might experience hearing loss. A person might lose their hearing due to old age or due to an accident, or a health condition. Whatever the case may be, it is not the end of the world.

There are customized hearing aids available just for you. These hearing aids are created through a shell molding process where impressions of your ear canals are made. This allows you to get a hearing aid that fits your ears exactly, appearing smaller, and feeling more comfortable. They're just what you need to keep your condition discreet.

Hearing Aids With Style

While hearing aids can get pretty small in size, they're made up of 3 very important components; a chip, microphone, and speaker. These components are what make your hearing aid effective, and these components can be arranged into a hearing aid in a way to allow different styles. You no longer have to settle for the hideous oversized hearing device hanging out of your ears for the world to see.

You have hearing aids that are positioned very deep inside the ears, allowing you to be very discreet about your position. These invisible or completely in the canal hearing aids work for people whose hearing loss is mild. Even though they are small, the size of the person's ear will determine how much of the hearing aid can be hid.

Then there are hearing aids that sit in the ear but on the lower part. They can vary in size, and they can be used for just about any level of hearing loss. Their batteries last longer and it's easy to operate them. Lastly, you have low profile hearing aids that come as a half or whole peice. People dealing with dexterity find them appealing because of the feature accommodations, giving them more control over their device.

Selection of Personal Hearing Aids

Once you've been fitted, you'll have a selection of hearing aids given to you by your hearing aid professional. However, there may be a few factors you might want to consider. They can help you narrow your search down to budget, social & cosmetic preferences, challenges physically, and whether or not you'll need accessories.

The prices of a customized hearing aid may vary depending on style, brand, features, how small and sophisticated they are, etc., yet they can cost as much as $4000. It's true, they can be pretty expensive, but you can get a pretty basic customized hearing aid for as little as $1000. For some people, this can be expensive too, depending on their income.

Don't worry! If you're not sure the type of hearing aid to get, hearing professionals are trained to assist you in this department based on your needs. If you are suffering from hearing loss, a hearing aid can be the perfect investment. Get your customized hearing aid today, and make a difference in your hearing.