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In-the-ear hearing aids (ITEs) include all hearing aids that are worn entirely in the ear (rather than behind it), including in-the-canal (ITC) and invisible in the canal or “invisible” hearing aids.

In the ear hearing aids can also mean the larger one-piece hearing devices pictured here. These aids fill the entire bowl of the ear and house all components in this single, custom-fitted piece.

Disadvantages of
In The Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

  • Somewhat conspicuous
  • Can create “plugged up” feeling
  • More susceptible to moisture problems than behind-the-ear aids

Advantages of
In The Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

  • Easy to handle and insert
  • Convenient controls
  • Able to fit larger (and longer lasting) battery than smaller styles

Are ITE Hearing Aids Right for You?

In-the-ear hearing aids may be a good choice for you if you have mild to severe hearing loss and good dexterity in your hands.

Find your best hearing aid with the help of qualified and experienced audiologist for free.

Get started by calling 1800882032 or WhatsApp or fill out the form of Book an Appointment and our representative will contact you as soon as possible.