Invisible hearing aids are a new product that is designed for people who have mild to moderate hearing loss. These devices are not as noticeable as traditional hearing aids, and they can be customized to suit individual needs.
They are specifically designed to help you hear better in a variety of listening environments without anyone knowing you’re wearing them.
Who Can Benefit From Invisible Hearing Aids?
These devices are worn in the ear and are not visible to others. They have become more popular in recent years because they provide a discreet way to help people with hearing loss.
Invisible hearing aids have become more popular in recent years because they provide a discreet way to help people with hearing loss
Invisible hearing aids can be beneficial for people of all ages who suffer from hearing loss. The best age for invisible hearing aids is usually determined by the severity of the person’s impairment.
What to Consider When Buying Invisible Hearing Aid Devices?
Invisible hearing aids are a new and innovative device that are designed to be as inconspicuous as possible. These devices have been marketed as the best way to hide your hearing loss.
There are many pros and cons to invisible hearing aids, but the biggest pro is that they are less noticeable than traditional devices. However, there are some cons such as the lack of features and sound quality.
Who can’t have invisible hearing aids?
There are limitations to invisible hearing aids. Namely, the tiny size of the device that many more sophisticated noise-reducing technology, such as directional microphones, cannot be fitted onto the device. This means the ability to hear better in background noise situations may be reduced compared to a more traditional hearing aid.
For someone with normal to near normal low-frequency hearing, blocking up your entire ear canal with a device can make your own voice sound unnatural and ‘echoey’. This phenomenon is what Audiologists call “occlusion” and is one of the main reasons a lot of people reject their hearing aids.
For those with good low-pitch hearing, a more open-fitting type of hearing aid, such as a “receiver in the canal” device may be more comfortable.
Older Australians with manipulation difficulties or arthritis may find it difficult to insert invisible hearing aids due to their very small size. Your audiologist is the best person to advise on the most suitable hearing device for seniors.
Introducing the Signia Silk Ready-to-Wear Invisible Hearing Aid
The Signia Silk is your nearly invisible ready-to-wear hearing device. It is one of the world’s smallest hearing aids. The revolutionary ready-to-wear design uses highly adaptable soft silicon Click Sleeves to ensure a comfortable fit for even the smallest canals.
Previously, those of us with smaller ear canals were not able to have near-invisible hearing devices. The Click Sleeves come in 4 different sizes to suit the majority of ear anatomies.
The true-to-life sound of Signia Xperience takes advantage of our outer ears’ natural ability to collect sounds letting you hear in all sorts of situations without anyone knowing that you are wearing a hearing aid.
Compatible smartphones can download the Signia app which acts as a remoted control for your Silk hearing aids or you can add a remote control accessory.
Ability Hearing and Balance is an independent, Tasmanian-owned hearing clinic located across Tasmania. Our qualified audiologists have over 20 years of experience fitting hearing aids of all brands. Our independence means we are not affiliated with any one manufacturer providing you with unbiased advice at the most competitive price. Contact us on 1300 EAR PRO (1300 327 776) to book in an appointment. We offer Pension and Concessions. Health fund rebates may apply. DVA Gold Card holders who are Tasmanian residents can access earwax micro-suction for free from our clinic.