Because they are the most discreet style available, people don't notice in-the-ear hearing aids. And you can just ignore them too.

Hidden inside your ear

  • In The Ear (ITE) models are a good choice if discretion is a high priority for you. They help to give first-time users an easy introduction to hearing aids because they sit safely out of the way of sunglasses and goggles – and won’t fly off when you remove your sweater. They come in two styles:
  • Also known as (ITC). These are small hearing aids that sit inside your ear canal, so they are very difficult to notice. They include Completely In the Canal (CIC) hearing aids – which are even harder to see – and Invisible In the Canal (IIC) hearing aids, which you can’t see at all because they sit so deep. You use a long ‘pin’ to pull them out. Once, CIC models were limited to people with milder forms of hearing loss and larger ear canals, but recent technological advances have made them available to many more people.

     - Also known as In-The-Ear (ITE). These larger hearing aids sit in the visible part of the ear and fill either half of all of your ear’s concha bowl. They give a very secure fit that may suit very active people, and can treat profound hearing loss.

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