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What are Invisible Hearing Aids and are They the Right Hearing Solution for Me?

Hearing is our most critical sense when it comes to our ability to communicate, and hearing loss can have a significant impact on how we interact and connect with the people in our lives.

The result of hearing loss is a severe chain reaction felt in our personal and professional lives - leading many people to feel socially marginalized, angry at not feeling understood, distrusting of others and many other negative emotions.

Thankfully, there are a huge range of hearing solutions out there that a hearing healthcare professional can help you find. However, making that first move to seek and accept help is vital.

Hearing aid solutions come in many different sizes and colours to suit any individual’s taste, style and lifestyle, but sometimes people suffering from hearing loss want a hearing solution that can’t be seen at all - that’s where invisible hearing aids come into play.

But what is an invisible hearing aid, who are they for and how much do they cost? York Hearing Clinic answers all these questions in this blog.

What is an invisible hearing aid?

Invisible hearing aids - also sometimes known as completely in canal, hidden hearing aids and many other names - are deep-fitting custom-made hearing devices that sit deep within the ear canal. This means the hearing aids generally can’t be seen.

These hearing aids still deliver the same noise-processing technology as any other hearing aid device, but they are so small that nobody will be able to tell that you are wearing them.

Invisible hearing aids offer an incredibly secure fit, especially when compared to some other forms of hearing aid styles. As a result, they are a fantastic choice for people who do a lot of physical activities or people that are always on the move.

Are invisible hearing aids suitable for everyone?

While style should play an important part in your hearing aid selection so you feel confident, the most important aspect of hearing aid choice is finding a solution for your specific type of hearing loss.

Not all hearing aid styles work well for all types of hearing loss, and invisible hearing aids are no different. Invisible hearing aids are incredibly small, meaning they are difficult for those with dexterity issues.

Their small size also means they have a small receiver, which doesn’t generate as much power as some other types of hearing aids. As a result, invisible hearing aids are best suited for those suffering with mild to moderate hearing loss.

How much do invisible hearing aids cost?

Some hearing aid solutions can come with a hefty price tag, but invisible hearing aids are generally no more expensive than any different type of hearing aid that has the same technology level.

The cost of an invisible hearing aid, just like any other hearing aid, will depend on the specific brand that you end up purchasing. Each brand of invisible hearing aid will have its own benefits and features just like any other hearing aid option.

Are you suffering from hearing loss but worried about the price of a solution? Rest assured, there are many financing options in Ontario, Canada, that will help you afford a hearing aid solution that works for your specific lifestyle.

Read our blog, titled ‘What Financing Options are Available for Hearing Aid Solutions?’, for more information on what programs are available to you.

Why you should seek help from a hearing professional

If you are suffering from hearing loss then early intervention is key! By visiting a hearing healthcare professional, such as York Hearing Clinic, you’ll be able to learn exactly what hearing aid is best for your unique lifestyle and receive a tailor-made hearing solution that significantly improves your quality of life.

Want to learn more? Then contact one of our experts today. We would be more than happy to answer any hearing loss and hearing aid-related question you have.

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