Invisible Hearing Aids

What is an Invisible–In–Canal (IIC) hearing aid?

All these years the hearing aid has been bulky and behind the ear models. Well, today we have invisible hearing aids, as the name suggests they are not visible to the eyes as they are placed deep inside the internal ear canal.

Types of Invisible–In–Canal (IIC) hearing aid

The Invisible–In–Canal (IIC) type of Hearing Aid is now available in 2 variants

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    Completely-In-The-Canal Hearing Aids

What is an In-The-Canal(ITC)hearing aid?

In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids are slightly bigger than hearing aids designed for the mini canal of the ear. The design is such that it is compatible for the lower third of your external ear canal.The extraction cords helps one insert and remove the device from the ear.

Who should use In-The-Canal(ITC) hearing aid?

This hearing aid is suitable for people with mild to severe/profound hearing loss

Benefits of In-The-Canal(ITC) hearing aid

  • Least visible when worn

  • Wireless option is available

  • Custom made for each ear canal

  • Longer battery life

Invisible Hearing Aids


An invisible hearing aid captures sounds through a mic, which are then processed and amplified to compensate for a person's hearing loss. The amplified sounds are delivered directly to the ear canals, allowing the hearing aid's wearer to hear better.

Invisible hearing devices are appropriate for most individuals with mild to moderate hearing loss. The suitability of invisible hearing aids can vary depending on ear canal shape and size. Consult a hearing healthcare specialist to find the right hearing aid for you. Their recommendation of hearing aids would depend on your specific needs.

Invisible hearing aids are designed to be a discreet and comfortable hearing solution. The custom-made hearing aids are designed to fit each ear canal. This ensures a comfortable, snug and secure fit. Materials used are hypoallergenic, soft and allow for extended wearing without discomfort.

Yes, invisible hearing aids can be used in both ears. Wearing one on each ear will provide a balanced and natural hearing experience. Hearing healthcare professionals should be consulted to determine whether bilateral fitting suits your hearing needs.

The battery life varies based on the invisible hearing device's size, battery type and daily use. The average battery life of an invisible hearing aid can range from a few days to several weeks. To ensure optimal performance, follow the manufacturer's instructions for replacing batteries.

The majority of invisible hearing aids have adjustable volume settings. The wearer can customise the volume according to their preferences and hearing needs. For optimal hearing performance, it is best to consult a hearing healthcare professional. They will help adjust the amplification level according to your preferences based on specific hearing needs.

Yes, they are. Invisible hearing aids are designed to remain secure and stable during any physical activity, making them perfect for active lifestyles. Some models of invisible hearing devices are also resistant to sweat and moisture, which enhances durability.