Hearing aid technology is a continually growing aspect of hearing healthcare, providing people everywhere with high-quality, personalized hearing devices to meet their needs. At Ontario Hearing Centers, we recognize that the options can be overwhelming, so we take our time to go over your options and what will work best for your lifestyle. It’s important that the hearing devices you choose fit your needs, as well as your comfort and hearing loss. We ensure that you are hearing the best you can with the best available devices.
Unlike traditional analog hearing aids of the past, digital hearing aids have the capabilities and flexibility of sophisticated computer systems. They are customized for each individual’s hearing loss with the end result creating sound that is crisp and clear regardless of the environment.
This model can provide the most power with the longest battery life and can accommodate all available options by filling the entire outer ear.
The half-shell model fills half of the outer ear and accommodates most of the available options.
This type fills only one-third of the outer ear and typically relies on automatic volume adjustments.
The CIC is the smallest model that fits entirely in the ear canal. This device requires good manual dexterity to allow for removal and frequent battery replacement.
These devices are situated behind the ear, routing sound through a tube and an earmold. These hearing aids are used from mild to profound hearing loss.
Setting the new standard in hearing healthcare, these devices are designed with the most advanced technology available. A small wire connects the hearing aid to a speaker in the ear canal, allowing for more realistic sound quality, that is extremely comfortable and aesthetically appealing at the same time. These units fit a wide range of hearing losses and are especially ideal for those with high-frequency hearing loss experiencing problems with speech clarity.