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Hearing Aids

Acuhear is a name to reckon when it comes to Hearing Aids. We've all heard the phrase good things come in small packages, and today's hearing aids are no exception. Twenty-first century Hearing Aids are so small, they're virtually undetectable when worn. In fact, a pair of hearing aids can sit on a fingertip. The tiny size of modern hearing instruments is deceiving-their ability to simulate natural hearing in numerous environments makes them true technological giants.

As with many electronic devices on the market today-from smart phones to lap-top computers-hearing aids utilize sophisticated microprocessor technology. Miniature computer chips use advanced algorithms to automatically adjust sound as wearers move through the day. By acting more like human ears, hearing aids allow people to enjoy a comfortable listening experience wherever they go.

In fact, progress has been so impressive in recent years, first-time hearing aid wearers report a satisfaction rating exceeding 90%. That's significant because in the vast majority of hearing loss cases, hearing aids are the only available remedy.

Today hearing aids come in variety of sizes i.e. B.T.Eâs (Behind the Ear), R.I.Câs (Reciever in Canal), I.T.Câs (In the Canal), C.I.Câs (Completely in Canal), and Pocket models.

Hearing Aids Can Help
No hearing aid can restore your hearing completely. However, hearing aids can certainly help by providing a more subtle sound picture and thereby improving communication vastly Hearing aids can bring back sounds that you may not have heard or thought about for years. Everyday sounds such as a ticking clock, water dripping, the television, the car, footsteps on hard floors, childrenâs voices, music, doors banging, laughter, tools, machinery, etc

Getting Used to Hearing Aids
During the first couple of days, the sound reproduced by the hearing aids may be perceived as unnatural, and it may be difficult to recognize and distinguish between various sounds. If you use your hearing aid every day, you will gradually get used to the new sounds.

First-time hearing aid users
For a first-time hearing aid user it is difficult to know what to expect. Many new users hope they will be able to hear as they did before they found out they had a hearing loss. That hearing aids can perfectly restore the hearing is unfortunately an exaggeration. Hearing aids help many people around the world by giving a more subtle sound picture and improving communication in many situations.

Experienced hearing aid users
For most hearing aid users getting used to a new hearing aid is easier than when they got their first hearing aid. You know how it feels to have something in the ear and because you have experienced the benefits of wearing an aid, you are likely to be more motivated than the first time. But sometimes an existing user do have problems adjusting with the new machine because the user compares the new hearing aid with old one that he / she was using. In these cases the user may take more time to get adjusted to the new hearing aid.

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BTE Hearing Aid

BTE Hearing Aid is the best solution for severe hearing loss, or in case of small ear canals. BTE Hearing Aid is a slim plastic tube with an ear mold in the end that directs the amplified sound from the hearing aid into the ear. The controls for volume and program are provided on the top side of the products for convenient use.


RIC Hearing Aid

The Receiver in Canal (RIC) model is a newer development in hearing aids and is suitable for mild to severe hearing loss. These look similar to behind-the-ear hearing aids with an open fitting ear piece but as compared to a classic behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid, the receiver of the RIC (the loudspeaker) is placed in the


ITC Hearing Aid

An in the ear model (ITE) is suitable if you have a mild to severe hearing loss. The ITE has all its electronic components contained within a plastic shell moulded to fit your ear. The ITE model is placed in the ear canal, but with the faceplate still visible in the concha of your ear.

The size as well as the visibility of


CIC Hearing Aid

The CIC is one of the smallest hearing aid models and is especially suitable if you have a mild to moderate hearing loss. It is a custom made shell that contains all the electronic components.

The shell is placed deeply in the ear canal, making the hearing aid almost invisible. A CIC therefore has a big aesthetic advantage: No


IIC Hearing Aid

The IIC is the smallest model, in hearing aids and it is especially suitable if you have a mild to moderately severe hearing loss. It has a custom made shell and all vital electronics are placed individually in the shell, providing an optimum and small fit., 
The IIC is small enough to be placed very deep inside the ear


Pocket Hearing Aid

These are available in analogue or digital technology for one or both ears depending upon hearing loss. Some but not all can be set up separately for individual ears. Wires from a body worn unit are connected to moulded ear pieces.

The unit can be worn in a pocket, on the belt or clipped to clothing depending upon its


Cros BTE Hearing Aid

A Contralateral Routing of Offside Signals (CROS) hearing aid is a type of hearing aid that is used to treat unilateral hearing loss. It takes sound from the ear with poorer hearing and transmits to the ear with better hearing.

Who can benefit from CROS?
If you are deaf in one ear and have