Small to Large
Behind-the-ear hearing aids have a piece that sits behind the ear. It contains microphones which pick up sounds and separate them from any background noise. A small tube or wire channels sound into the ear canal.
People are often concerned that a behind-the-ear hearing aid will affect their ability to wear glasses. The answer is generally no. That’s because hearing aids are so small and slim these days they can sit comfortably next to the arm of your glasses without any interference.
It’s all about you!
Whatever your preference, we’ll work with you to find the best solution for your ear, your hearing and most importantly, your lifestyle. That’s why we aren’t tied to a particular hearing aid manufacturer like most hearing clinics.
We’ll work tirelessly to find the hearing aid that works for you and give you a free 30-day test drive of any hearing aid before you buy it.