Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are small electronic devices that you place in or behind your ear to help you hear better. It makes some sounds louder so that a person who has trouble hearing can listen, talk, and take part in daily activities more fully.

A person feeling happy for wearing hearing aid

Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids makes every minute sound audible that an ear fails to amplify. Hearing Aids help a hearing loss person to listen to the sounds and helps them to participate in daily activities. It improves the Hearing and Speech comprehension in people.

Digital hearing aids are evolved to make better life expectancy. They use digital signal processor which reads the sound waves to amplify the sounds and transmit the sound to the ear for better understanding of the speech or the sound. Digital hearing aids adjust the sounds and personalize it according to the hearing loss condition. Digital hearing aids use microchip technology to customise the sound amplification and are smart enough to interact with other devices with bluetooth technology.

Phonak RIC Hearing aid

Analog Hearing Aids

Analog hearing aids work similarly to a microphone hooked up to a speaker. Before the digital era, Analogue hearing aids are the only kind of hearing aids available to amplify sound.

Phonak RIC Hearing aid

Types of Hearing Aids

A behind-the-ear hearing aid directly hooks over the top of the ear and rests behind the ear. The hearing aid rests behind the ear and a plastic acoustic tube directs amplified sound into the ear tip or customized ear mold that is fitted inside the canal. This hearing aid is perfect for pediatric (children) and geriatric (older adults) population.

RIC (Receiver In Canal)

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aids are placed inside the ear canal and thin electrical wires are used instead of plastic acoustic tubes. It is an open-fitting hearing aid that is quite comfortable to wear and remove. The receiver is located outside of the hearing aid which is connected by a discrete receiver wire for a free flow of sound waves.

ite hearing aids

ITE (In The Ear)

In-the-ear hearing aids are discrete hearing aids which are custom-made and sits directly in the ear canal opening. ITE hearing aids are completely visible to the naked eyes. Such hearing aids are suitable for minimal to moderate hearing loss conditions. ITE hearing aids have various options for manual features such as volume control, program button or telephone switch for easy usability.

ITC (In The Canal)

In-the-canal hearing aid is custom made and fits partially in the ear canal. They are partially visible due to the slightly bigger size than that of CIC. ITC hearing aids are comfortable and easy to use. It has both wireless and telecoil option. This style is perfect for people looking for smaller size hearing aids with severe hearing loss.

cic hearing aids

CIC (Completely In Canal)

Completely in the canal hearing aids fit inside the ear and out of our sight. A CIC hearing aid is molded to fit inside the ear canal that improves the hearing by amplifying the sounds. CIC hearing aids are custom made, fits deep inside the canal and are almost invisible. It is a small and least visible type of hearing aid.

iic hearing aids

IIC (Invisible In Canal)

Invisible hearing aids are invisible hearing aids which are completely not visible. They are custom made and are virtually not seen. IIC hearing aids comes with discreet fitting and the latest hearing technology. They are hidden deep in the ear canals and are perfect for people looking for an ultra-discreet hearing solution. Easy to use and fits the lifestyle.

Hearing Aid Accessories


T.V Streaming Device

Phone Clip

Personal Mic for Hearing Aid


Remote Controlling System

Ear Moulds

Hearing Aid Batteries

Evolution Of Hearing Aids

Up until the 16th century, people assumed that individuals with hearing loss are a disability. Individuals were discriminated until a Spanish monk named Pedro Ponce disproved this theory by teaching the deaf son how to read, write, speak and do the math.

If we consider the evolution of hearing aids, there are 7 eras towards the development of hearing Aids.

1800's
Introduced
Acoustic era

Hearing aids are in the shape of trumpets, funnels, or horns. Sounds get transmitted in long tubes to the patient's ears. They are popularly known as “acoustic headbands"

The 1900's - 1940's
Introduced
Electric Era

During early 20th-century hearing aids evolved in electric devices. Telephonic technology was used for Hearing Aid. This Hearing Aid used to have a carbon granule microphone with speaker and a large battery.

The 1930's
Introduced
Electronic Era

Introduction of vacuum tubes in Hearing Aids were seen in this era. Large vacuum tubes along with batteries and a receiver are used to produce the sound to help a Hearing loss patient.

The 1950's
Introduced
Transistor Era

This is the time where a Hearing Aid is produced commercially. Transistors are incorporated into the Hearing Aid to streamline the sound into a small device which is worn on the ear or to eyeglasses.

1980's
Introduced
Programmable Era

Hearing Aids came out with a microprocessor. The size of the hearing aid is reduced and programmed according to the hearing loss of the patient. They are flexible and are worn around an ear.

1990's
Introduced
Digital era
Early Digital Era

Digital Hearing Aids are introduced which can transmit the complex sound with high degree precision. This is the era where intelligent Hearing Aids are introduced by reducing background noise control.

Present
Introduced
Advanced Digital Era

Digital Hearing Aids came out with Advanced Technology like Invisible Hearing Aids, Bluetooth Hearing Aids, Slim-fitting, Directional Microphones Speech Enhancement and many more. Digital Hearing Aids in the current era is coming out with extra comfort and customizable program.

Care and Maintenance of Hearing Aids

Better care and maintenance of hearing aids will ensure optimal performance hearing aids and longer usability. Tips for your hearing aids.

Avoid moisture and always store hearing aids in a dry place

Use a hearing aid dehumidifier for storing the devices when they get wet accidentally.

Clean the ears and remove the ear wax

Use a hearing aid dehumidifier for storing the devices when they get wet accidentally.

Change hearing aid batteries often

Use a hearing aid dehumidifier for storing the devices when they get wet accidentally.

Always handle with care

Use a hearing aid dehumidifier for storing the devices when they get wet accidentally.

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