Which hearing aid is right for me?
There’s no other hearing loss like your hearing loss. Because hearing loss is individual. So are your needs, and preferences when it comes to sound and style.
Your hearing care professional will help you uncover what those are. And our wide range of hearing aid solutions and accessories will ensure that you find the perfect match.
Hearing aid types
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 mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
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.
Hearing my first
granddaughter's cry, was music to my ears. Sweet as honey on a warm day, lovely as a fragrant rose in full bloom, the sounds I hear are one of the greatest miracles.
Getting the right hearing aid
No two people are the same when it comes to need and preference. The same goes for selecting the right hearing aid. To many, a discreet hearing aid solution is a must. But there are many factors to consider. Your hearing care professional will help you to make the right choice for you.
Factors to consider:
Degree of hearing loss
Shape and size of ear canals
Vision and dexterity
How do hearing aids work?
All hearing aids consist of the four basic components: a microphone, an amplifier, a receiver (speaker) and a battery. But some hearing aids can do much more for you.
Explore the fascinating, intelligent technology of a Widex hearing aid.