Not many people understand this, but the hearing aid from different brands actually come in different sizes, types, and also designs. The placement of the devices is also different - depending on the overall design. The different types include: - The complete in canal device. This device is designed to mold nicely into the ear canal and it is suitable for mild or moderate hearing loss. This kind of device is more suitable for adults. It is likeable because it is not visible from the outside and doesn't pick up the wind noise - The in canal device. It is almost similar to the complete in canal - placed within the ear canal - but it won't go as deep as the previous device. It is suitable for mild or moderate hearing loss. This kind of device is more suitable for adults. This device, however, won't fit nicely for those with small ears. - The half shell device. This one is even smaller than the in canal and it comes in customized design. It is usually molded and will fill out the lower side of the outer ear bowl shaped area. It is suitable for mild to rather severe hearing issue. The device usually fits most ears and come with volume control. - The full shell device. Also known as in the ear device, this device can be helpful to help those with mild to rather severe hearing loss. This device, however, will be more visible and may pick up the wind noise. But it also uses bigger batteries, which make it last longer. - Behind the ear device.
It will rest behind the user's ear and it is hooked on the top side. It is usually bigger, but it can be used by any kind of hearing loss issue and can be used by people from different age range. When people want to choose Siemens hearing aid, they can choose the various styles and designs that fit their needs perfectly. The hearing device all have the similar parts that will deliver sound and noise from the surrounding environment to the ears. The device will amplify the sound, making it seem louder so users can hear it better. The most common device nowadays is the digital one, which has computer chip that converts the sound into digital format. The device will then automatically analyzes, adjust, and transfer the sound. The signal will be changed again into the form of sound wave and then delivered to the ear. Most hearing devices today are very affordable and easy to operate, so users don't have to worry about the overall implementation. The Hearing Centre is your one-stop centre for complete hearing aids and hearing conservation services. Ernest has been fitting hearing devices since 2004.