Helping you to choose the right hearing aids for your budget, lifestyle and unique circumstances
That’s where we can help you.
At Clarity Hearing, we work with all manufactures and models to find the perfect hearing aids for you.
Therefore, we’re not limited to a small number of solutions – but instead, we can work with you to find the perfect fit and the perfect style at the right budget.
This means that we don’t just focus on finding the right solution for your hearing loss, but we also focus on finding the right solution for your lifestyle.
With the huge developments in hearing technology, hearing aids have drastically changed over the past decade.
Today, they’re mostly invisible, have a range of advanced features, including connectivity to your cell phone, television, or devices, and they even include rechargeable batteries.
But before we can discuss hearing solutions, the first step is to book your hearing test so that we can test the extensity of your hearing loss.
Hearing loss can be due to several reasons including simple things like a build-up of earwax – but to diagnose the problem, the first step is to book your hearing test with our expert team.
Invisible-In-Canal (IIC) – the hearing aids so tiny, no one will know you’re wearing them
Ideal for mild to moderate hearing loss, these custom-fitted aids come in a choice of
Completely-In-Canal (CIC) – Only a tiny bit can be seen (but you have to really look for it)
Unlike the IICs, these aids are easily inserted and extracted from the ear canal, as the small “handle” peeps out the side. Custom-made and almost invisible, they come in a range of
In-The-Canal (ITC) – Slightly more can be seen from the canal, but still discreet
Mild to mildly severe hearing loss patients will benefit from ITC hearing aids due to their custom-fit, skin
In-The-Ear (ITE) – Custom fit aids that fit within the outer portion of the ear
Mildly severe to severe hearing loss patients can benefit from choosing the ITE hearing aids, as these provide maximum hearing coverage and comfort, due to their sleek design that moulds perfectly to the outer entrance of the ear canal. Available in all sorts of
Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) – Small, discreet and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time hearing aid wearers.
Barely visible when worn, the RIC style is an instrument in which the receiver, or speaker, is inside the ear canal. Thin electrical wires are used instead of a plastic acoustical tube, reducing distortion. RIC hearing aids provide a comfortable, open fit and are perfect for mild to moderate hearing loss.
Behind-The-Ear (BTE) – The most common hearing aid style
When you think of hearing aids, the chances are you’re thinking of the BTE design. Usually worn by moderate to severe hearing loss patients, the technology is housed in the casing of these hearing aids, ensuring they rest comfortably behind the ear while the clear plastic acoustical tube sends the amplified sounds into a customized earmold that’s fitted inside the canal. Available in many different