Invisible in the canal (IIC) hearing aids are worn deep in the ear canal, meaning that virtually no one can see them. These aids are good for people with up to moderate hearing loss who don’t want their hearing aids to show.
|Disadvantages of IIC hearing aid||Advantages of IIC hearing aid|
|Short battery life due to small batteries||Least noticeable|
|Too small for directional microphones||Placement produces natural sound localization|
|More vulnerable to moisture||Reduce occlusion|
|May be more expensive than larger models|