EarTech Audiology provides hearing aids from several reputable manufacturers. With fast advancements in hearing aid technology, patients are provided with the best choice possible. Compatibility is checked thoroughly, and regular maintenance keeps things in order.
Hearing Aid Information
At Eartech Audiology, we understand that your needs are unique. There is not one particular hearing aid that is the best on the market that would be appropriate for every hearing loss. Selecting a hearing device depends upon personal preference, lifestyle, degree and shape of hearing loss.
Styles of Hearing Aids
Hearing aid styles cover a wide range of needs for age, hearing loss type and ear shape. There are several main styles and subcategories, each with their own set of advantages and disadvantages, depending on your hearing loss, lifestyle and budget needs. The styles we offer at EarTech Audiology include:
- In the canal (ITC)
- Completely in canal (CIC)
- In the ear (ITE)
- Behind the ear (BTE)
- Receiver in canal (RIC)
- Extended-wear hearing aids
- Middle-ear implants
- Earplugs and earmolds for hunting: Designed to protect hunters from the damaging impacts of rounds fired.
- Earplugs and earmolds for music: Designed to optimize the musician’s experience by filtering out the damaging sounds, but allowing the music to reach the wearer.
- Earplugs and earmolds for swimming: Designed to stop water from entering the ears while swimming. Available in options that float, making them easy to keep track of.
- iCustom: Designed for use with any type of earbud or button-style earphones.
- DefendEar 1: Designed to amplify during situational awareness, but still block out damaging sounds.
- DefendEar 2: Optimized for intermittent or continuous shots.
- DefendEar Hunter: Provides standard digital features and also functions optimally in wind.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices are compatible with telephones, smartphones, televisions and many other devices. It can even be included in current treatment plans that depend on the extended functionality. ALDs have the ability to make older equipment more reliable with current technology.
Hearing Aids & Accessories
Hearing aids can have their features extended with accessories. Wireless streaming, tighter sound control and mic adjustments are some of the feature’s buyers can expect. Compatibility differs depending on the brand and accessory chosen.
Hearing Aid Products and Accessories by Manufacturer
Audible produces invisible and smartphone compatible hearing aids. Their inventory is stocked with the latest technologies the industry has to offer. With the introduction of the Via AI, wearers will have a real-time health tracking hearing aid.
Lyric Invisible Hearing Aids
Lyric hearing aids are 100 percent invisible and require very little maintenance. The battery lasts for months, letting wearers go about their life unimpeded. This water-resistant hearing aid can last for months before needing a swap.
The Opn line continues to expand, and now offers five in the ear and three behind the ear styles. Oticon supports multiple hearing loss types, making them the preferred choice for many. The new Siya improves on some of those features by introducing seamless wireless connectivity with compatible devices.
Popular choices in the Phonak line includes the Audeo Marvel, Virto B-Titanium, Cros B-R and several accessories. The Phonak remote app is easy to use and available for iOS and Android devices. Phonak is also the creator of the world’s only 100% invisible hearing aid, the Lyric.
The LiNX 3D, Enzo 3D and the LiNX Quattro are the hottest devices from Resound Hearing Aids. They combine great visual design with superior audio feedback. ReSound also caters to children with specialized hearing aids, software and educational materials.
Rexton is a hearing aid manufacturer that prides itself on a diverse catalog. MyCore, TruCore and the Essential E1 hearing aids are great for different ages. When paired with compatible accessories, Rexton has an impeccable track record.
Signia is one of the oldest companies in the industry. The new Signia Nx line is their answer to several hearing loss types. And for something different, the Styletto blends cutting edge design with high tech sound.
The Sonic catalog consists of the enchant, celebrate, cheer, journey, charm and the prep. They all cover the most important ages (and hearing loss types) in the world. As an introduction to enhanced ear plugs, Sonic also manufactures devices for active lifestyles.
Starkey introduced the Livio AI as a way for clients to track their body and brain health. It is a smartphone program that interfaces with the hardware of Starkey’s top devices, the Livio hearing aid. It is a great pairing that provides a lot of visual feedback.
Unitron has been in the industry since 1964, so knows a thing or two about hearing aids. Although the new lineups have focused on a small size, they are till a big-time distributor of behind the ear models. Several of their products have been granted the Reddot award, including the best of the best.
The world’s first smart hearing aid was created by Widex. Evoke is a huge step in software and hardware hearing aid technology. Once configured, it provides a personal hearing experience like no other.
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
The process of replacing a hearing aid battery can be tedious. To get around this hurdle, hearing aids introduced rechargeable devices. By putting them in a rechargeable dock, battery maintenance becomes automatic.
There is a big difference between kids and adults. When offered by certain manufacturers, hearing aids for children open up a world of possibilities. The devices are full-featured like adult versions, but designed to cater to a child’s developmental needs.