Receiver in Canal Hearing Aid Specialists in St. Louis and Chesterfield

Hearing aids come in varied sizes and shapes to suit different patients with hearing problems. There are different styles of hearing aids available including hearing aids with the receiver in the canal, behind the ear, and in the ear. If you are a first-time wearer or you would like to replace your existing device, you may want to consider the receiver in canal (RIC) hearing aids. Associated Hearing Professionals has a dedicated team to help you pick a device that is a good fit for your situation.

What are Receiver in Canal Hearing Aids?

Typically, RIC devices have two separate components: a case that sits behind the ear featuring a microphone and amplifier, and the receiver or speaker that goes inside the ear canal. The device features a small wire that connects the case to the receiver. These devices are very inconspicuous and are appropriate for a wide range of hearing loss.

Benefits of Receiver in Canal Hearing Aids

When compared to other styles, wearers have reported fewer problems resulting from occlusion of the ear canal. RIC devices also offer a more natural sound, giving the user a comfortable listening experience. They are capable of handling and amplifying a wide range of hearing losses well, making them ideal for people suffering from mild to severe hearing problems.

Are Receiver in Canal Hearing Aids Right for You?

When selecting hearing aids, your audiologist will help you choose an option that meets your hearing needs. If cosmetics are important to you, RIC hearing aids are a good option.

Working With Associated Hearing Professionals

At Associated Hearing Professionals, we are always dedicated to giving our patients the best possible hearing care experience. We have professional audiologists and office staff to ensure individualized care for each patient. We offer hearing tests to evaluate your hearing loss and select the best devices for your needs.

Our team specializes in different brands of hearing aids such as ReSound, Lyric, Oticon, Phonak, Signia, Starkey, Unitron, and Widex. Contact us today to learn more about receiver in canal hearing aids and schedule an appointment at one of our two convenient locations.

*Disclaimer: Treatments and outcomes are dependent on an individual patient’s condition.