“Being independent means I am able to offer a wider range of hearing solutions from the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers.”
Invisible & Comfortable
The very small devices in the picture to the right are the latest and smallest invisible hearing aids available. These tiny components are available from all of the world’s leading manufacturers. They are so small, they will remain your little secret. They are powerful, light as a feather and we guarantee you will forget you are wearing them!
However there are many styles of hearing aids which individuals can choose from, and the pros and cons of each style will be explained to you. An individuals hearing loss, lifestyle and size and shape of their ear canal can also influence the style.
The Receiver in the Canal aids pictured to the right offer a fabulous solution to the majority of hearing losses. They can benefit from being rechargeable and have access to BlueTooth Technology providing the ability to wirelessly connect to phones, TVs, PCs and laptops.
Included in the Price of Hearing Aids
When purchasing hearing aids, it is very important to know what’s included in the price. By purchasing from Lisa Graham Hearingcare you will receive all these benefits:
- Comprehensive aftercare service for the length of your warranty
- Regular Hearing Assessments
- Free warranty*
- 60 day money back guarantee period
*3 to 5 years depending on technology
Invisible in the canal (IIC)
Extremely discreet, the smallest hearing aid, fitting neatly into the ear canal – almost invisible when worn.
Completely in the canal (CIC)
The CIC is the second smallest hearing aid which fits discreetly into the ear canal.
Receiver in the canal (RIC)
Very comfortable, extremely discreet yet powerful hearing aid, fitting comfortably behind your ear.
In the canal (ITC)
Bespoke and discreet, slightly larger for increased ease of handling, power and battery life.
In the ear (ITE)
Fits comfortably in the outer ear. Great for people with dexterity issues.
Behind the ear (BTE)
A more traditional style, fitting comfortably behind the ear and attaching to a custom made ear mould.
One size does not fit all. It’s important that you have a hearing aid that provides the technological help that you need, but also one that you will feel comfortable wearing. Lisa will discuss appropriate options with you, together with pros and cons, allowing you to make an informed decision.