Invisible

Many hearing aid users are self-conscious about wearing their aids and the feeling that hearing aids are unsightly leads to many people ignoring the fact they may have a hearing problem. If you are worried about how your hearing aid might look then we have some great news. We now offer a range of invisible hearing aids* that are almost impossible to see under normal conditions. These invisible hearing aids use the latest cutting edge digital technology and are custom made to fit completely in your ear canal. The only thing your friends and family will notice is your improved hearing.
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Openfitting

The most important issues in determining which hearing aid is right for you are the results of your hearing test, your lifestyle, the style of hearing aid that you prefer and your level of dexterity. Based on these four key factors, your hearing aid audiologist will recommend the hearing aids that are most appropriate for you to ensure that they will satisfy your individual needs and that you will feel comfortable and confident wearing them every day. There are three main types of hearing aid each with their own fitting styles. Your hearing aid audiologist will help you choose the type that is right for you.
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In the ear

The most important issues in determining which hearing aid is right for you are the results of your hearing test, your lifestyle, the style of hearing aid that you prefer and your level of dexterity. Based on these four key factors, your hearing aid audiologist will recommend the hearing aids that are most appropriate for you to ensure that they will satisfy your individual needs and that you will feel comfortable and confident wearing them every day. There are three main types of hearing aid each with their own fitting styles. Your hearing aid audiologist will help you choose the type that is right for you.
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Additionals

The most important issues in determining which hearing aid is right for you are the results of your hearing test, your lifestyle, the style of hearing aid that you prefer and your level of dexterity. Based on these four key factors, your hearing aid audiologist will recommend the hearing aids that are most appropriate for you to ensure that they will satisfy your individual needs and that you will feel comfortable and confident wearing them every day. There are three main types of hearing aid each with their own fitting styles. Your hearing aid audiologist will help you choose the type that is right for you.
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Video

Sometimes it’s not easy to recognise the symptoms of hearing loss or know what type of hearing loss you may have. Amplifon are here for you and can provide help and advice on what you need to do and your next steps, where you can go for support and how our expert Audiologists can help you stay connected to the world around you. Sometimes it’s not easy to recognise the symptoms of hearing loss or know what type of hearing loss you may have. Amplifon are here for you and can provide help and advice on what you need to do and your next steps, where you can go for support and how our expert Audiologists can help you stay connected to the world around you.
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