All hearing aids. All Manufacturers.
At Integrate Hearing, we are completely independent meaning that we offer a choice of hearing aids from a wide range technologies and styles to suit all needs and budgets.
We promise to fit you with the latest technology from the world’s leading manufacturers, which means that you’ll never be prescribed with old, outdated devices.
Range of Styles
Hearing instruments come in a variety of sizes. Your hearing loss, lifestyle, dexterity and ear size and shape can influence which style is best suited to you. From invisible in the canal to behind the ear models the pros and cons of each style will be explained to you.
Small and Discreet
They are so small that most are virtually if not invisible, so they will remain your little secret. Still as powerful and light as a feather and most of our customers tell us they forget they are wearing them.
Invisible in the canal (IIC)
Extremely discreet. This is the smallest type of hearing aid, fitting deep within the ear canal making it almost invisible when worn. Suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss.
Completely in the canal (CIC)
The CIC is the second smallest hearing aid which fits completely in the ear canal and dependent on the size and shape of your ear canal is also very discreet. Suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss)
Receiver in the canal (RIC)
The most common style of hearing aid. Very comfortable, extremely discreet yet powerful. Virtually invisible this type of hearing aid sits neatly behind the ear. This device fits a wide range of hearing loss, designed to provide natural sound quality.
In the canal (ITC)
Bespoke and discreet, slightly larger for increased ease of handling, power and battery life. This type of hearing aid sits in the outer portion of the ear canal and is smaller than the ITE style. It can fit a wide range of hearing loss.
In the ear (ITE)
Fits comfortably in the outer ear. Great for people with dexterity issues. This hearing aid fits comfortably inside the bowl of the ear. Due to its size, it's great for people with dexterity problems or needing more power. It fits a wide range of hearing loss.
Behind the ear (BTE)
A more traditional style, fitting comfortably behind the ear and attaching to a custom-made ear mould. With this type of hearing aid, all of the components sit within a casing behind the ear. Suitable for people with mild to profound hearing loss.
What’s included with my hearing aids?
When purchasing your hearing aids, it is important to know what’s included in the price. We outline everything in your consultation so that you are left with no surprise extra costs.
At Integrate Hearing we offer all these benefits:
- Lifetime aftercare service
- Regular reassessm