In-The-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids
By design, ITE custom hearing aids fit perfectly into the concha of the wearer’s ear. They are slightly larger than in-the-canal hearing aid styles and offer more features to the user. This type of hearing aid includes directional microphones and enduring rechargeable batteries.
Please contact a hearing professional at East Tennessee Audiologists in Lenoir City, TN, today for more information on how this type of hearing aid may help you.
ITE Hearing Aid Advantages
Convenient size, flexibility of use, and advanced function make ITE aids one of the most popular hearing aid options.
An ITE hearing aid gives the user optimum control over device programming and sound volume. ITEs are easier to handle and have a longer battery life than ear canal devices. They are comfortable to wear, easy to insert and remove, and simple to clean and maintain.
At the same time, the device’s in-the-ear placement makes it more discreet than behind-the-ear models and enables the wearer to use a phone without making any adjustments.
Possible drawbacks of ITE hearing aids include occlusion and background noise. However, some of the more advanced ITE models can mitigate these effects.
Who Can Benefit from ITE Hearing Aids?
Full-shell devices are a fitting choice for people with mild-to-severe hearing loss who need more advanced sound processing and higher amplification than smaller-sized devices can give.
However, people who experience very severe hearing loss may discover that ITE devices don’t have enough battery capacity to accommodate their needs.
Are ITE Hearing Aids the Solution for You?
Is an ITE device the optimal solution to your hearing needs? To learn more about various types of hearing aids, call the East Tennessee Audiologists at (865) 816-6525 in Lenoir City, TN, for a free consultation with a hearing care professional.
Call us at (865) 816-6525 to schedule your hearing test appointment today.
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