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Hearing Aid Tech Update: ReSound’s Practically Invisible Hearing Aid

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Something which has been noted to bother many hearing aid wearers is the fact that some styles of hearing aids are large and bulky. However, thanks to constant innovation from the hearing aid technology industry, the hearing aid brand ReSound has been able to produce a practically invisible hearing aid.

ReSound Custom Invisible-In-Canal Hearing Aid

As shown in the above photo, the invisible-in-canal (IIC) hearing aid from ReSound is incredibly small, as it was designed to fit directly into your ear canal. Unlike other canal hearing aids, absolutely no part of this hearing aid will stick out of your ear canal. The benefits to this style of tiny hearing aids are many.

  • Out of the way – Since these tiny hearing aids are tucked away into your ear canal, you don’t have to worry about positioning your glasses perfectly so they don’t press on your over-the-ear hearing aids. Also, unlike other hearing aids, it is highly unlikely that these hearing aids can be knocked out of place if you collide with anything or anyone.
  • Custom created – As ear canals can vary in size and shape, it is important that IIC hearing aids are custom-made for your personal ear canals. This ensures that they will fit comfortably and stay where you place them.
  • Hearing loss range – Small doesn’t mean these hearing aids aren’t powerful. If you suffer from mild to moderately severe hearing loss, ReSound’s IIC hearing aids can still help you regain your lost hearing.
  • Discreet use – Some people don’t want to use hearing aids as they “don’t want to look old” or they feel that hearing loss is a personal matter. With these IIC hearing aids, people can use hearing aids without anyone knowing.

How To Know Which Hearing Aids Are Right For You

Depending on your level of hearing loss, you may be a good candidate for receiving ReSound’s IIC hearing aids. There are a couple things which are vital to making sure you find the right hearing aids for your hearing loss and personal lifestyle.

  • Choose the right hearing clinic – There are two kinds of hearing aid providers, hearing instrument specialist and audiologist. When you work with a doctor of audiology like our audiologists at Hearing & Balance Doctors, you will receive hearing loss help from professional with years of training and experience.
  • Be upfront with our audiologists – Your feedback during your hearing aid evaluation process is vital to our audiologists helping you find the right hearing aids. Be sure to communicate your likes, dislikes, and any other hearing loss-related struggles, such as tinnitus symptoms.

At Hearing & Balance Doctors, our audiologists’ top priority is your quality of life. That’s why they offer comprehensive hearing and balance services as well as a wide variety of hearing aids, including ReSound hearing aids.  Contact us today to set up an appointment!

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