If you have mild or moderate hearing loss, invisible hearing aids can help.
You won’t find any advanced features like powerful speakers or strong processing power included in your device; it’s so small that these cannot be added. Also, please remember that if your ear canal is too narrow or the fit is incorrect, then you won’t be able to fully benefit from invisible hearing aids – what with them needing to be placed quite deep inside. A final point of consideration: placing your invisible hearing aid in the right area every single time can prove difficult for patients with vision-related issues, so bear this in mind before you choose your model.
However, if you’re still unsure about which kind of hearing aid you should use, book a free appointment
and come and see an audiologist at Boots Hearingcare and discuss your symptoms.