A hearing aid an electronic device that amplifies and modifies the sound to facilitate hearing and allow better communication. The hearing aids receive the sound through the microphones, then process the signal digitally by adapting it to the hearing and then send the sound to the ear through a loudspeaker.
RETRO-AURICULAR hearing aid
These are the hearing aids that go behind the auditory pavilion. They adapt to the ear through a mold that is made to measure. There are different types and sizes depending on the hearing loss. They can be adapted to all types of losses.
Hearing aids R.I.C.
They are behind-the-ear hearing aids, with the peculiarity of having the earphone inside the ear canal of the user. They are smaller than "retro" and can be adapted using olives or micromoldes. They work for almost all types of hearing loss.
INTRAURICULAR – ITE hearing aids
Intrauricular hearing aids carry nothing behind the auditory pavilion, they go inside the ear. They are manufactured in a custom housing that occupies the atrial cavity. They are used to cover severe losses.
Intracanal Hearing Aid – ITC
Hearing aid smaller than the ITE, manufactured in a custom-made casing that occupies the user's ear canal, protruding a little to the outside. It can be used for almost all types of losses.
CIC hearing aid
Hearing aid smaller than the ITC, also manufactured in a custom casing that is completely inside the user's ear canal and its visibility is very small. They can cover up to moderate-severe losses.
IIC hearing aid
It is the smallest hearing aid on the market, practically invisible. It is completely located inside the channel. It is indicated for mild or moderate losses.