Hearing Aids

The digital revolution has made a huge impact on the way hearing devices look, feel and work. Over the years as technology has evolved, manufacturers have been able to miniaturize hearing aids significantly. Along with reduced size, the sound quality is exceptional.

Dual Microphones

Dual microphones help you to hear better in noisy situations. Select hearing aids can even identify the source of the noise and reduce it.

Open Technology

An open technology keeps the ear canal unobstructed, which eliminates that “talking in a barrel” effect.

Feedback Cancellation

No more annoying whistles with feedback cancellation.


The settings automatically adjust according to the environment you are in, whether you’re walking in a windy place, shopping at the supermarket or watching TV at home.


We program them to meet your specific hearing needs.


Wireless technology helps you receive your cell phone or television directly into the digital device.

Styles of Hearing Aids

There are many different types of hearing aids. Your audiologist will discuss the following styles with you and will make the best recommendation based on your hearing loss, needs and lifestyle.


Completely-in-canal (CIC)

These are very small and discreet hearing aids. They are custom-fit to be inserted into your ear canal. There is usually a nylon string attached to help when you need to take them out. These hearing aids are powered with a #10 hearing aid battery.

In-the-Canal (ITC)

These hearing aids are slightly larger than the CIC devices. They also fit within the ear canal and are custom-made. ITC hearing aids are powered with a #312 or #10 hearing aid battery.

In-the-Ear (ITE)

These hearing aids are larger than the ITC style and are custom made to fill the entire “bowl” of the ear. The customization, along with the lightweight and compact size, makes these devices easy to handle and comfortable to wear. They are powered by a #13 or #312 battery.

Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

The processing components for these hearing aids are housed in a case that fits behind the ear. Sounds that enter the device are amplified before they travel through a clear tube into an earmold inside the ear. BTEs are durable, easy to handle and maintain and can be easily adapted for use with the wide variety of assistive listening devices. They are powered with a #675 or #13 battery.

Receiver In-the-Canal (RIC)

These hearing aids are the most widely dispensed hearing aids. They are much smaller, making them more discreet. A very thin tube leads to the ear canal making this option much more cosmetically appealing while offering superior sound quality. Depending on size, this aid can be powered by a size #312 or #13 battery or can be rechargeable.

Extended Wear

Lyric Hearing Aids are a hassle-free, 100% invisible hearing solution – Lyric is the world’s first and only extended wear hearing aid that is worn 24/7 for up to four months with no batteries to change through activities such as showering, exercising and sleeping – all with no daily hassles.

Lyric Hearing Aids

24/7 Hearing

We are proud to be one of the few practices in the country to offer the Lyric Hearing aid. This is the first and only extended-wear hearing device. Completely invisible once fitted, it is comfortably placed in the ear canal by one of our Audiologists and can be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for up to 4 months at a time with no batteries to change. No surgery or anesthesia is required.

How Lyric™ Hearing Aids Work

Lyric differs from other hearing aids as it is positioned completely inside the ear canal, so it uses your ear’s natural anatomy to funnel sound to your ear drum. This unique placement of the hearing device enables exceptional natural sound quality. Each set of Lyric hearing aids is also programmed to meet your specific hearing needs.

  • Once placed deep in the ear canal, Lyric is 100% invisible
  • Effortless hearing, 24/7
  • Natural sound quality
  • Reduced feedback
  • No batteries to change
  • No maintenance to perform