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									  Complete and Partial Canal Hearing Aids What’s the Difference?


                           You’ve consulted an audiologist who is a hearing aid
                           specialist and decided that it’s time to get a hearing
                           aid. Congratulations! Soon you’ll be hearing the
                           world more clearly than you have in a long time. But
                           which       type      of    hearing        aid    is    right   for   you?
Completely-in-the-canal          and      -in-the-canal          hearing       aids      have    many
similarities   (besides       their      cumbersome              names),          advantages      and
disadvantages.


A completely-in-the-canal hearing aid is the least visible. It fits inside your
ear and is best for adults with mild to moderate hearing loss. This type of
hearing device is well-suited for people who spend a lot of time on the
phone. One great advantage to the completely-in-the-canal hearing aid is
clear sound. Because it fits snugly inside the ear very little wind noise gets
picked up.


An in-the-canal hearing aid only fits partially into the ear canal and is
slightly more visible than a completely-in-the-canal model. It’s best for
adults with mild to moderate hearing loss and is also convenient for phone
use. In-the-canal hearing aids do offer extra features, but the small size of
the device can make adjustments difficult.
                                    Physician Hearing Centers

                     640 East Aurora Road, Macedonia, Ohio 44056, 330-400-3916
                6770 Mayfield Road, Suite 210, Mayfield Hts., Ohio 44124, 440-550-4179
If a hearing test has concluded that your hearing loss is mild to moderate
and you want the least visible hearing accessory possible, the completely-
in-the-canal and in-the-canal models are both excellent choices that will
improve your hearing and your life.




                                  Physician Hearing Centers

                   640 East Aurora Road, Macedonia, Ohio 44056, 330-400-3916
              6770 Mayfield Road, Suite 210, Mayfield Hts., Ohio 44124, 440-550-4179

								
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