For millions of Americans, hearing better means using hearing aids — but finding the right ones can be a long and winding road. Let the knowledgeable doctors of audiology at Beaches Ear, Nose and Throat guide you on the road to better hearing. Many factors affect your choice — including your level and type of hearing loss, your lifestyle, appearance concerns, and budget. See what appeals to you, then come in and we’ll talk about the hearing aids that will best meet your exact needs. To learn more about what’s a good fit for you.

• Mild to moderate hearing losses
• Very small case
• Fits inside the ear canal
• Size prevents the use of directional microphones

• Mild to moderately severe hearing losses
• Small, one piece case
• Fits inside the ear canal
• Directional microphones are possible with this model

• Mild to severe hearing losses
• Small Case
• Fits inside the ear canal
• Directional microphones


• Mild to moderate hearing losses
• Leaves the ear canal open for natural sound quality
• Smaller external hearing aid
• Very small case that sits behind the ear

• Mild to moderate hearing losses
• Leaves the ear canal open for natural sound quality
• Smaller external hearing aid
• Very small case that sits behind the ear

• Mild to severe hearing losses
• Fully featured hearing aids
• Larger case can be easier for wearers with dexterity considerations
• Case contains all features and sits behind the ear

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