How to insert iic hearing aid?
The ITE hearing aids are custom-made to your exact ear anatomy and are simply placed within your outer ear and ear canal. There are four main types of ITE hearing aids, which are:
ITE hearing aids are often used by those with slight to moderate hearing loss. Although the biggest of all ITE hearing aids, the full/half shell ITE is also suitable for those with severe hearing loss.
To create your ITE custom hearing aid, your hearing care specialist will make an impression or mold, of your ear. This mold will be used to build your ITE hearing aid specifically to your ear shape and size. The ITE hearing aids are comfortable to wear and tailored to your hearing requirements and lifestyle needs.
Like all hearing aids, the ITE hearing aids have five core components. They are:
The ITE hearing aids gather sounds from the world around you. The microphone picks up sound and converts the waves into electrical signals. The sound is processed depending on your environment and the degree of your hearing loss. The signal is then sent to the amplifier, which strengthens the signal’s power. The amplified signal is then sent to the loudspeaker, which allows you to hear the sound.
The in-the-ear hearing aids can help make sounds audible so you can communicate better and participate more fully in daily life. The ITE hearing aid is different from other styles because it provides the benefit of the amplified sound encased in the customized shell of the ITE hearing aid.
This hearing solution offers ease of handling while providing the sound you need. There are many more advantages to choosing an ITE hearing aid; these include:
Hearing aids help to improve your ability to hear by processing the sounds around you and making them easier to hear. To get the most out of your hearing aid, it is important to select the one that is right for you. Finding the right hearing aid depends on several factors. These could be:
If you are interested in ITE hearing aids, there are several different styles to choose from.
The IIC hearing aid is a type of ITE hearing aid that offers maximum discreetness. These small hearing aids are suitable for those with slight to moderately severe hearing loss and are an excellent choice if you lead a moderately or heavily active lifestyle. They are placed deep in your ear canal, thus providing little distraction as you go about your daily life. A removal line assists with taking out the hearing aid at the end of the day.
Here you can read more about the IIC hearing aid and get an insight into the technology that powers it.
The completely-in-canal hearing aid is worn entirely in the ear canal for those experiencing slight to moderately severe hearing losses. This lightweight type of ITE hearing aid is perfect for an active lifestyle and typically comes with a removal line to help with removal from your ear. With a range of features, this hearing aid provides a barely visible role in improving your hearing capabilities.
Go check out the article about the CIC hearing aid for further information.
The in-the-canal hearing aid is an ITE hearing aid style that is placed within the ear canal and is partially visible as it sits slightly further out. You can choose from a range of flesh-toned casings to help make it less noticeable. It is suitable for those with slight to severe hearing loss, and due to its slightly larger size, it can fit more features. The ITC hearing aid has a range of options for individualization, creating a custom-built aid for your needs and lifestyle.
Read more about the ITC hearing aid.
The largest ITE hearing aid styles include the full shell in-the-ear hearing aid and the half shell in-the-ear hearing aid. The full shell hearing aid fills most of the concha, or the bowl-shaped area just outside the opening of the ear canal. The half shell hearing aid fills approximately half of the concha space. Both are suitable for those with slight to severe hearing losses. They are larger in size than the other ITE hearing aids but offer more opportunities for full features like volume control and directional microphones (two microphones instead of one to help when listening in noise).