Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids

Even the most advanced hearing aid cannot restore damaged hearing. But ongoing research continues to uncover new discoveries. Advances in technology are happening constantly. Audiology Innovations alertly monitors these discoveries and advances, so that you can benefit from the latest and best hearing aids available.

Different types and severities of hearing loss have led to the availability of a wide variety of instruments that can help you once again to hear life clearly.

Selecting the hearing aid system that best improves your hearing loss, lifestyle, and personality is an important decision. Both first-time and long-time wearers of hearing aids need also commit to a rehabilitation process, to be able to best assimilate your device into your daily life. The Audiology Innovations team is committed to your hearing needs. Call us today.

Types of Hearing Aids

The Invisible Hearing Aid
The Invisible Hearing Aid (IHA). The Starkey Sound Lens is more than just a tiny hearing aid.
Receiver in the canal
Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aids are small, discreet, and incredibly quick to fit.
Completely in the Canal
Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids are the smallest hearing aids available.
Starkey Halo w/ iPhone
Starkey Halo w/ iPhone Control your hearing experiences with Halo, the breakthrough Made for iPhone® Hearing Aid, and TruLink™, Starkey's personalized hearing control app.
Behind the Ear
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids offer help for a wide range of hearing losses, including severe impairments.
In the Canal
In-the-Canal (ITC) hearing aids are custom-shaped to fit almost entirely into your ear canal.