Hearing Aid Information
Enjoy better hearing no matter
what your age may be
At Geneva Hearing Services, we understand that one size does NOT fit all when it comes to assisted listening devices. Our audiologists are ready with hearing devices for mild hearing loss, moderate hearing loss, and even severe hearing loss… and one of them will be perfect for you.
Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids consist of a hard plastic case worn behind the ear connected to a plastic earmold that fits inside the outer ear. Sound travels from the hearing aid through the earmold and into the ear. BTE aids are used by people of all ages for mild- to profound-hearing loss.
In-the-Ear Hearing Aids
In-the-Ear (ITE) hearing aids fit completely inside the outer ear and are used for mild- to severe-hearing loss. The case holding the electronic components is made of hard plastic. Some ITE aids may have certain added features installed, such as a telecoil.
Telecoil Hearing Aids
A telecoil is a small magnetic coil that allows users to receive sound through the circuitry of the hearing aid, rather than through its microphone. This makes it easier to hear conversations over the telephone. A telecoil also helps people hear in public facilities that have installed special sound systems, called induction loop systems.
Canal Hearing Aids
As the name suggests, canal aids fit into the ear canal and are available in two styles. The In-the-Canal (ITC) hearing aid is made to fit the size and shape of a person’s ear canal. A completely in the canal (CIC) hearing aid is nearly hidden inside the ear canal. Both types are used for mild- to moderately-severe hearing loss.
Extended Wear Hearing Aids
These style aids stay in your ears for extended periods of time. They are placed deep in the ear canal and can be worn for several months. They are use for mild to moderately-severe hearing loss. Lyric is one of the brands we carry that are CIC. Click here to learn more.
Hearing Aid Costs and Guarantees
There are many styles and types of hearing devices. The cost of hearing aids ranges from $300 to $3,500, which means you can hear clearly and speak clearly in all kinds of situations for as little as $1 per day.
All hearing aids come with an adjustment or trial period, typically 30 – 45 days from date of purchase. During this adjustment period, you’re welcome to visit Geneva Hearing Services for any necessary fitting issues. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the hearing aids you buy, you can return them for a refund minus a very small fitting and restocking fee.
This is one of the many reasons our patients choose Geneva Hearing Services and our experienced audiologists each and every time. We guarantee results or your money back.
Call Geneva Hearing Services to discuss affordable hearing aid prices
and the value of fighting back against hearing loss!