Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss.
How do Hearing Aids Work?
Picks up sound from the environment and converts sound waves into electrical signals.
Receives the signals from the microphone and adjusts the signals in specific ways that cater to the wearer's hearing needs. The enhanced signals are then sent to the receiver.
Also referred to as the speaker, the receiver amplifies the signals and sends them to the inner ear.
The fourth component of all devices is the power source. Hearing aids are powered by disposable or rechargeable batteries.
Common Hearing Aid Styles
Behind the Ear (BTE)
Receiver in Canal (RIC)
In the Ear (ITE)
Completely in the Canal (CIC)
Invisible in the Canal (IIC)
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