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Hearing Aids

Modern solutions for all types of hearing loss.

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Hearing Aids in Florida

At Delta Hearing, we stay up to date with the latest hearing aid technology. Our hearing specialists are experts in the different programming and can recommend a device that will match your unique needs. Because we are an independent hearing clinic, we have the ability to work with all of the major hearing aid companies. This gives us the opportunity to find a device and custom tailor it to you.

Hearing Aid Styles

We carry many styles of hearing aids for sale, including the following:

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Receiver-in-Canal hearing aids are reliable and convenient. These have a lightweight feel to them and a flexible fit.

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Behind-the-Ear hearing aids put you in control with customizable fit options, wireless connectivity, and easy volume control.

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Completely-in-Canal hearing aids are sleek and subtle. This technology is molded to the unique contours of your ear for a superior fit that offers a natural look and hearing experience.

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In-the-Canal hearing aids are discreet and have a glasses-friendly fit with external controls.

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In-the-Ear hearing aids are custom molded for you. They are powerful and comfortable, allowing for all-day use.

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Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC)

Invisible-In-the-Canal hearing aids are the smallest hearing instrument available. These are for people who want ultimate discretion while benefiting from the natural acoustics of the external ear.

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Open BTE

Open BTE are behind-the-ear devices that have an open fit. This type of hearing aid provides amplification via a small tube inserted into the ear canal.

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Choosing the Right Hearing Aids

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No one experiences hearing loss the same way, that’s why there are many options available to choose from. Choosing the best hearing aid depends on your degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, budget, and personal preferences.

There are four main types of hearing aid technology: basic, standard, advanced, and premium. Which level of technology is best for you will depend largely on how much power you need in your hearing aid (this will be determined by your audiogram) and what your lifestyle is.

Our team will work with you to best determine which hearing aid will suit your individual needs. We carry many options that can be tailored to you. Whether you are interested in a Bluetooth hearing aid that can connect to your smartphone or you want a device with a rechargeable battery, we have something for you.

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Featured Technology

Life-Changing Innovation from Oticon

Oticon Intent Hearing Aids

Oticon Intent™

Facing the daily challenge of hearing conversations in noisy environments can be difficult for individuals with hearing loss. Traditional hearing aids understand sound, but not you. Oticon Intent™ is the first hearing aid that understands what you want to listen to.

Using revolutionary BrainHearing™ technology, Oticon Intent™ uses your movements, the environment, and the conversation around you to recognize what you want and need to listen to, adapting seamlessly to deliver truly personalized support. With Bluetooth connectivity and rechargeable power, Oticon Intent™ offers life-changing benefits.*


Benefits of Oticon Intent™:

*Expected use time for rechargeable battery depends on use pattern, active feature set, hearing loss, sound environments, battery age and wireless accessories.

Oticon Intent Hearing Aids
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Hearing Aid Batteries

Your hearing aids require a steady source of power to provide you with the proper amplification to hear. No matter the battery brand or manufacturer of your hearing aid, they all use the same color coding and numbering system to indicate the battery size.

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Assistive Listening Devices

While hearing aids do provide you with incredible features to make hearing easier, sometimes you need a little extra assistance. Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are designed to help you hear in complex listening environments. From alarms to caption call telephones, we carry many ALDs that can make hearing easier.

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