Types of Hearing Aids
There are five main types of hearing aids available, each with its unique features and benefits. Receiver in Canal (RIC) hearing aids feature a slim plastic tube that extends from the device’s body, which is located behind the ear. Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids rest comfortably behind the ear and amplify sound that travels down a tube and into a customized earmold. In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are custom-made and considered the most discreet hearing aid style, lacking any visible external wires or tubes. In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids sit in the lower third of the external ear and offer longer battery life and directional microphones to balance out background noise. Completely-In-Canal (CIC) hearing aids are small and fit inside the ear canal, eliminating the need for controllers and offering a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Bovaird Hearing Clinic - More Than Just Hearing Aids
Here is what our personalized treatment plan will provide you:
Highly Experienced Audiologist
First Doctor of Audiology in Brampton with over 20 years of experience in treating patients with hearing loss, cognitive decline and tinnitus.
As an independent treatment centre, we can select to work with any manufacturer, ensuring you get the best hearing aid options for your unique needs.
Treatment Plan with Results
Developmental psychology with neuroscience knowledge base contributes to a treatment plan with long-term results.
Medical treatment of hearing with focus on the cognitive aspects of hearing loss and tinnitus.
Including QuickSIN, Auditory Processing, and Cognivue to understand how the brain manages sound and improves cognitive health
Fully qualified to treat children of all ages with hearing loss.
Hearing Aids and Listening Devices That Suit Your Needs
As an independent hearing treatment centre, we are free to choose from all manufacturers of hearing aids and assistive listening devices. When we build your personalized holistic hearing treatment plan, we select hearing aids based on what best suits your individual needs and preferences rather than a specific brand.
Hearing Loss Funding Programs
We are a Registered Provider for the following funding programs: