Our independence gives you access to all the latest and very best hearing aids from all the leading brands.
As part of her individually designed hearing rehabilitation package, Isabella will guide you through your journey inviting you back for weekly appointments to begin with making any necessary adjustments as you experience hearing in different situations.
With advanced technology and a range of styles available, Isabella can offer you a solution which matches both your hearing needs and your lifestyle.
- Discreet fit
- Remote control operation – no fiddling with tiny controls
- Automatic operation
- Rechargeable batteries (on larger hearing aids)
- Bluetooth connection to mobile phones, laptops and TVs.
In-The-Canal Hearing Aids
Small and discreet the In-The-Canal (ITC) hearing aid is designed to sit inside the ear canal. A small portion of the hearing aid is visible in the lower part of the external ear. In most cases manufacturers are able to provide this hearing aid with wireless connection to smart phones and other devices.
In-The-Canal hearing aids are cosmetically pleasing yet big enough to be easy to handle.
Even more discreet types of In-The-Canal hearing aids are:
The CIC hearing aid is shaped to sit deep inside the ear canal and is almost entirely hidden. The CIC hearing aid is the 2nd smallest type of hearing aid on the market.
The smallest on the market the IIC hearing aid is shaped to sit deep inside the ear canal and due to the size, cannot be seen from the outside. A small plastic extraction cord allows for easy removal.
In-The-Ear Hearing Aids
The In-The-Ear (ITE) hearing aid is slightly larger than In-The-Canal styles and is made to fit within the external ear. Due to their larger size they are easier for those with limited dexterity or poor vision. In-The-Ear hearing aids can offer wireless connection to smartphones and other devices. There are 2 types of In-The-Ear hearing aid;
- Full shell, filling all of the external ear
- Half shell, filling half of the external ear
Receiver-In-The-Canal Hearing Aids
The Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aid sits very comfortably and discreetly behind the ear. The hearing aid is attached to a thin wire, with a receiver on the end, which sits inside the ear. This style of hearing aid can provide powerful yet clear sound and is suitable for many types of hearing losses. The Receiver-In-Canal hearing aid offers wireless connection to smartphones and other devices.
Behind-The-Ear Hearing Aids
The Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aid sits very comfortably behind the ear and is attached to a custom earpiece. They are suitable for those with severe hearing losses and the larger size makes it easier for those with limited dexterity or poor vision.