Widex Hearing Aids

Widex RIE Hearing Aids
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Getting the right hearing aid

No two people are the same when it comes to need and preference. The same goes for when selecting the right hearing aid.

FACTORS TO CONSIDER

  • Profound hearing loss: If you have profound hearing loss, your hearing care professional will most likely recommend a Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid.

 

  • Narrow ear canals: If you have narrow ear canals, your hearing care professional will probably recommend a BTE hearing aid. 
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  • Listening situations: Hearing aids are available in variety of technology levels. Make sure to review the different features with the listening environments you are in the most.

 

  • Visibility concerns: Completely-in-canal (CIC) are the smallest hearing aids on the market.
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  • Vision and dexterity: A hearing aid remote control can help you handle the small In-the-ear hearing aids or CIC, if you have challenges with your dexterity or your vision.

  • Budget: Most of our hearing aid models are available in three “levels of advancement”. The price of your hearing aids depends on how advanced the hearing aid technology is.

Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids

There are three BTE hearing aid types to choose from:
A standard BTE hearing aid, whose receiver sits in the casing behind the ear. We also have a receiver-in-the-ear (RITE) and a receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid.
 
  • Placed discreetly behind your ear
  • For mild to moderately severe and up to profound hearing loss. 

In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids

A standard ITE hearing aid sits discreetly in the ear canal opening. We also have the practically invisible completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid, which sits deeply and invisibly in your ear canal.
 
  • The least visible hearing aid type
  • Customized to fit your ear canal
  • For minimal to moderately severe hearing loss.