Hearing Aids

At Associated Hearing Professionals, We’re Passionate About Improving Your Quality of life through Better Hearing!

We have a variety of state of the art invisible hearing solutions available. Our Audiologists will assist you the entire way through the rehabilitative process to ensure that you are not only happy, but more importantly that you are completely comfortable with your hearing instruments. We fit the most advanced hearing instruments on the market from most major manufacturers. We also service all makes of hearing aids.

Are You Interested in Hearing Instruments?

How It Works Diagram Photo, Hearing Aids, Clayton, MO - Associated Hearing ProfessionalsAs the type and degree of hearing loss varies from person to person, there are different hearing instrument models which are tailored to specific hearing losses and which take into account personal needs. Hearing instruments improve speech understanding in various situations and support the many functions of the human hearing. As the kind and degree of hearing loss varies from person to person and even sometimes from ear to ear, there are different hearing instrument models which are tailored to specific hearing losses and which take into account personal needs.

Hearing Instrument Types

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In-the-Ear (ITE) Instruments

Lyric – the only extended wear device on the market, worn 24 hours per day, 7 seven days per week for months at a time.  Click here for more information.

In-the-Ear (ITE) custom instruments fit entirely within the ear. The casing of the ITE  is custom-built for each wearer.  The customization, along with the lightweight and compact size, makes these devices comfortable and easy to manage.

Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Instruments

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) devices house the processing components in a case that fits behind the wearer’s ear, and the receiver or speaker of the instrument in the ear canal.
 
Behind the ear (BTE) options also include devices that house all components behind the wearer’s ear. Sound enters the instrument, is amplified, and travels through a tube that is contoured over the top of the ear and into an earmold inside the ear.  State of the art technology if discreet, durable, easy to handle and maintain, and can be easily adapted for use with a wide variety of blue tooth and assistive listening devices.