Guide to Hearing Technology

Choosing your hearing instrument should be a comfortable and ultimately rewarding experience for you. Often, people who could benefit from hearing instruments put the decision off because they don’t understand the differences in styles and types of technology. That’s where your local ihear professional can help. We will provide you with education and advice, helping you with any queries or concerns that you may have.

There are many factors to consider when choosing your hearing instrument. First and foremost, it is important to select an instrument appropriate for your specific hearing loss. All hearing instruments amplify sound, but with today’s advancements in technology, digital instruments can be more accurately programmed to match your particular hearing loss characteristics.

Our goal is to provide you with the best possible solution for your hearing life, so your lifestyle is another important factor to consider. Does your profession demand accurate hearing? Or will your hearing instrument be mainly used during family and leisure activities? Appearance also needs to be considered. All hearing instruments come in a variety of styles and levels of technology. Your local ihear professional will be able talk you through the difference in styles and advise as to what the best hearing solution is for you.

Today’s tools for fitting hearing instruments let us re-create listening environments right in the clinic or office setting. As a result, you’ll get a sense of how your instruments will work in real-life situations. Your local ihear professional can then make the necessary adjustments to provide an outstanding listening experience. ihear also offer a risk-free trial period to ensure that you are completely comfortable with the choice you have made before parting with any money.

Take a moment to read about the differences in hearing instruments. When you’re ready, contact an ihear professional in your area and we will be happy to help you assess the different types and styles based on your needs and preference. ihear has a range of hearing instruments to suit any budget and our dedicated staff are there to make the selection process easy for you.

Types of Hearing Technology include:

  • Made for iPhone
  • Invisible Hearing aids
  • Receiver In Canal
  • Completely In Canal
  • Behind The Ear
  • In The Canal
  • In The Ear
  • Single Side Hearing
  • Tinnitus