Hearing Aids

There are many styles of hearing instruments. Selecting the appropriate size and style is important when choosing a hearing instrument. Let the professionals at Anderson Audiology show you actual models. See and hear for yourself the amazing sound quality these instruments provide.

Invisible In The Canal

Depending on the individual hearing loss and ear canal size, the Invisible-In-The-Canal products are custom built to your ear and are nearly invisible. We add a thin retrieval line to make removing the device a breeze. Because the device is hidden in the ear canal, wind noise is virtually eliminated.

Behind The Ear

The Behind-The-Ear style is a product that sits behind the ear. The device is coupled to the ear canal with a thin clear plastic tube which carries the sound from the hearing device to the ear canal. The tubing is held in place in the ear canal by an earmold. The earmold is custom-molded for each individual. Miniature electronics have allowed the sizes of these devices to become much smaller than the old-fashioned hearing aids.

Receiver In The Ear (RITE)

The most common style worn today is called the Receiver-in-the-Ear (RITE). A receiver is the equivalent of a tiny speaker. By placing the speaker in the ear and keeping the electronics hidden behind the ear, the wearer enjoys a crisp, clean sound. The device worn behind the ear is much smaller since the speaker is now located in the ear canal. The device and the receiver are connected by a thin, clear wire. Nearly invisible, this solution is by far the most widely worn hearing device.

In The Canal (ITC)

Depending on the individual hearing loss and ear canal size, these products can be built where they are barely visible. They are so tiny, they have a thin plastic retrieval line to aid the wearer in removing the device. Hidden so deep in the ear canal, wind noise is virtually eliminated.

Completely In The Canal

Depending on the individual hearing loss and ear canal size, these products can be built where they are barely visible. They are so tiny, they have a thin plastic retrieval line to aid the wearer in removing the device. Hidden so deep in the ear canal, wind noise is virtually eliminated.

In The Ear

The In-the-Ear hearing device fits inside the curvature of your ear canal. A convenient volume control allows you to adjust for different listening environments. The size is a bit larger so can accommodate nearly any type of hearing loss, even some severe losses.

Speak with a Specialist

Ready to start your journey to better hearing? Let our hearing care professionals find the right solution for you.

Schedule an Appointment