Different Types of Hearing Aids
Amplifon offers a wide range of choices when it comes to hearing aid
devices. All the devices are equipped with the latest technology and
designed to suit the modern lifestyle of people. Our solutions are high
performing and affordable and now it’s your turn to let us serve you.
latest development in hearing aid devices come in three main cosmetic
types and include ‘invisible’, ‘in the ear’ and ‘behind the ear’
devices. All of these come in a variety of colors, styles and sizes. The
most important factor, however, in trying to determine the right
product is the compatibility of the device with the results of your
hearing test. Other factors to consider are your lifestyle, you degree
of need for discreteness, and your preferred level of dexterity. Based
on these key factors, our audiologists help you determine the right kind
of equipment. You should be confident about wearing hearing aids and
thus choosing the right device is of paramount importance. Amplifon
products are personalized and the prices that we quote are for the
features that you would like to go for. You may choose any color, size
or style of hearing aid and the price wouldn’t worry you.
a wide range of hearing aid devices from various manufacturers and we
have further grouped them into five different categories for different
types of lifestyles. Even the most minimal priced product accompanies
the latest technology and will be perfect for any type of hearing loss.
From discreet fitting to all types of traditional styles, we offer you
everything. The entire range is aimed at providing the most flexible and
personalized solution for individual lifestyle.
They could be categorized as:
• Primary (for those who lead a quiet life).
• Primary Plus (for those who are exposed to moderate noisy environments).
• Mid (for those spending a considerable proportion of their time in complex noisy environments).
• Premier (for those who spend a high proportion of their time in a noisy environment).
• Premier Plus (for those who spend most of their time in noisy environments and use additional communication devices)