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How Does the Phonak Invisible Hearing Aid Work?

by | Mar 28, 2023 | Hearing Aids, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Test, Patient Resources, Technology

One of the biggest objections we hear at Hometown Hearing Centres is “I don’t want people to see my hearing aid.”

We understand that vanity plays an important role in deciding which hearing aid is right for you, which is why we’re happy to share some much-requested information on invisible hearing aids. Phonak has an innovative range of hearing aids designed to provide the highest level of performance without compromising on discreetness.

They are so discreet that no one will even know you’re wearing them. Plus, they are incredibly comfortable, lightweight, easy to wear all day long, and available here in Southern Ontario.

The hearing aids are equipped with advanced technology to provide crystal-clear sound. They feature noise-cancellation technology to reduce background noise and directional microphones to help you focus on the conversation you want to hear.

In addition, the hearing aids are Bluetooth-enabled to connect to your phone or other devices. You can even customize them with a variety of settings to match your individual needs. For those who value discretion and performance, Phonak’s invisible hearing aids are an ideal solution.

Let’s explore the features that make these hearing aids so special.

What Does “Invisible Hearing Aid” Mean?

An invisible hearing aid is a type of hearing aid that is designed to be virtually undetectable when worn. They are especially popular with those who wish to maintain their appearance without the distraction of wearing a visible hearing device.

An invisible hearing aid is usually custom-made to fit inside the ear canal and can be made from various materials such as plastic, acrylic, or silicone.

Why Trust Phonak?

Phonak is a leader in the hearing aid manufacturing business because they offer a wide range of products to meet the needs of different types of hearing loss.

Their products are distinguished by their advanced technology, which includes digital signal processing, wireless connectivity, and noise reduction capabilities.

Phonak stands out from other hearing aid manufacturers because of its commitment to research and development.

Are you a candidate?

They constantly improve their product lineup and strive to provide their customers with the best possible hearing experience. We’ve partnered with them here in Southern Ontario for many years now and clearly understand what they offer and who they can help.

Due to our close relationship, we provide a range of Phonak hearing aids across our 18 locations in Ontario.

Pros of a Phonak Invisible Hearing Aid

Discreet and unobtrusive – Designed to fit completely in your ear, making it virtually undetectable to others.

Comfortable – Fits perfectly into the ear canal, ensuring a secure and comfortable fit.

Natural sound – Amplifies sound naturally, providing a realistic and natural sound experience.

Easy to use – Designed to be user-friendly, allowing you to adjust settings quickly and easily.

Waterproof – Makes it ideal for swimming and other activities involving water.

Wireless connectivity – Bluetooth technology allows you to connect it to other devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

Advanced features – The Phonak invisible hearing aid is equipped with advanced features such as noise cancellation and speech recognition, allowing you to better understand conversations in loud environments.

Cons of a Phonak Invisible Hearing Aid

  • Size – Phonak invisible hearing aids are much smaller than other types and styles of hearing aids, making them difficult to handle and operate.
  • Cost – Invisible hearing aids are more expensive than other types and styles of hearing aids. However, we have financing options to assist with payment coverage.
  • Battery life – All invisible hearing aids tend to have a shorter battery life than traditional hearing aids.

First Step to Getting an Invisible Hearing Aid

A hearing assessment is the first step in getting hearing aids because it provides a baseline understanding of your hearing abilities.

The assessment helps determine the type and degree of hearing loss you are experiencing and the type of hearing aid that would suit you best. It also helps establish realistic expectations for you and identifies any potential underlying health conditions that might be causing your hearing loss.

Ultimately, the assessment helps to ensure that the hearing aids are tailored to meet your needs best and provide the most effective and comfortable hearing experience.

Here’s How to Book a Hearing Assessment

We make it very easy to book your hearing assessment.

The most popular avenue is through our website; you can choose a time and date that work best for you. Contact us here to choose your preferred location and schedule your appointment.

If you have any other questions, please request a callback immediately. We are always standing by to chat with you about anything hearing-related. We are here to help you and your family achieve and maintain healthy hearing for many years to come.

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Your Team at Hometown Hearing Centre

At Hometown Hearing Centre, we are committed to providing the highest levels of hearing care to our patients across Ontario. Since opening our doors in 2015, we have become the first choice hearing care provider for over 25,000 people. Our team of over 40 local hearing professionals includes hearing instrument specialists, a former ENT practitioner, and patient care coordinators who are dedicated to delivering personalized care tailored to each patient's unique needs and circumstances. Our team of experts regularly writes informative blogs to keep our patients informed about the latest news, tips, and tricks in hearing care. With our extensive experience and dedication to patient care, you can trust the team at Hometown Hearing Centre to be your hearing health partners for life.