Which hearing aid is right for me?

Choosing a style and model of hearing aids depends on your specific hearing loss and personal needs. Our hearing care professional is available to find the perfect solution for you.

Compare Hearing Aid Model Styles & Types

We offer modern hearing solutions with options to fit your budget. Explore the types of hearing aids we offer and discover which style might fit you.

Comfortable and discreet.

In-the-ear (ITE) types of hearing aids have the latest digital technology contained in a custom-molded casing that fits in the ear. ITE hearing aid styles are extremely discreet and comfortable to wear.

Superior sound quality.

Our RIC types of hearing aids offer the most natural sound experience by placing the speaker directly in the canal. Bonus: RIC hearing aid styles are also small and very discreet.

Powerful and easy to use.

If you need a big boost in sound, BTE types of hearing aids offer the highest amplification capability. For all their power, BTE hearing aid styles are very easy to maintain and take care of.

Finding the right hearing aid model and style for your lifestyle can help you connect with your loved ones and get the most out of life. Schedule an appointment at your local Miracle-Ear and work with a certified Hearing Care Professional to find the best type of hearing aid for you.

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What to expect at a hearing test

A hearing test is a completely painless process, but can provide you with a lot of valuable information about the status of your hearing health. Here's what you can expect when you come in for your free hearing evaluation:

The first step to expect at your hearing test involves your hearing health history. Your hearing care professional will discuss with you your history, including changes you've noticed in your hearing, concerns you may have or any past experiences with hearing aids.

Your hearing care professional will look inside your ear canal using a video otoscope. This is to check for common problems such as excessive wax buildup, damage to the eardrum or other conditions which may make it difficult to hear clearly.

This hearing test determines your degree of hearing loss, or what we call your hearing threshold.

Your hearing care professional will test your ability to hear and understand speech in both quiet and noisy environments.

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