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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
Invisible in the Canal (IIC) Hearing Aids

  • Short battery life, due to small battery size
  • Too small for directional microphones
  • More vulnerable to moisture
  • May be more expensive than larger models

Advantages of
Invisible in the Canal (IIC) Hearing Aids

  • Least noticeable
  • Placement produces natural sound localization
  • Reduce occlusion

Are IIC Hearing Aids Right for You?

Invisible in the canal hearing aids may be a great option for you if you have mild to moderately-severe hearing loss and require the most discreet hearing aids. A trained Hearing Care Professional can provide a free hearing evaluation and assessment of your lifestyle, medical condition and ear size and shape to see if you’re a good candidate.

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.