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Also known as Receiver-In-Canal (RIC). The speaker sits in the ear canal and the microphone and processor are found in the body of the hearing aid. They are connected by a thin wire. Treats mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
The housing stores all electronics and follows the natural shape of the outer ear. The housing is connected to an ear mold by clear tubing. It fits all degrees of hearing loss and is commonly used with children.
A custom hearing aid that sits in the bowl of the outer ear. They are large enough to accommodate more features and a better choice for people with poor dexterity.
These hearing aids sit in the lower portion of the bowl in the outer ear. They are slightly larger than CICs and IICs, making them easier to handle. This style fits up to a moderate hearing loss.
CICs and IICs are the smallest style of hearing aids, making them a discreet option. They sit deeper in the ear canal. Due to their size, certain features cannot be accommodated. They are not recommended to fit more than a moderate hearing loss.