Hearing Aids - Fresh Hearing Ltd.

Hearing Aids

There are many styles of hearing aids. At Fresh Hearing you will find everything you need to know about all types of hearing aid.
Many can be customised to serve you perfectly – it is even possible to trial these hearing aids before making a decision.
Below we have a list of hearing aid styles, our manufacturers and suppliers as well as the latest releases from our trusted partners.

INVISIBLE IN CANAL (IIC)

Invisible In Canal (IIC) is the smallest type of hearing aid fitting. It sits comfortably deep inside the ear canal and is completely invisible when worn.

COMPLETELY IN CANAL (CIC)

These hearing aid devices fit completely inside the ear canal. Only the tip of a tiny plastic line shows outside the canal, which is used to insert and remove the instrument.

IN THE CANAL (ITC)

ITC (In The Canal) hearing aids fit all of their components inside a small shell, which is moulded to the shape of the ear to fit inside the opening of the ear canal.

IN THE EAR (ITE)

In-the-ear hearing aids house their components in a custom made shell that fills the bowl of the ear. Their size makes them easier to handle than some other types of hearing aids.

RECEIVER IN CANAL (RIC)

These hearing aids use an in-ear amplifier to direct sound from the shell behind the ear through an acoustic tube and in to the receiver sitting inside the ear.

OTE AND BTE

Behind The Ear (BTE) and Over The Ear (OTE) hearing aids contain their components in a casing which fits at the back of the ear, and direct enhanced sound in to the ear.

Manufacturers

At Fresh Hearing, we have partnered with a wide range of manufacturers and suppliers to give you the absolute best options when it comes to your hearing. Below are some of the manufacturers and suppliers we currenly work with:

Together we will attain the highest standards & values in our daily activities

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“I was told that I had a total hearing loss in one ear, and nothing could be done to help. Mr Vasant gave me a pair of hearing aids to test and I wore them for several weeks.”

John Nield