RIC hearing aids
RIC, or Receiver in Canal, hearing aids resemble the popular BTE style are similar in size to open-fit models.
Receiver in Canal devices are much smaller than traditional behind the ear models, though you might hardly notice a difference at first glance.
Whereas a typical BTE unit sits on the bowl of the outer ear, RIC devices hug the upper ear with a snug fit and has a very low profile.
The true innovation in receiver in canal units is the small dome-shaped receiver, which is inserted into the opening of the ear canal.
All other considerations being equal, a device that provides "invisible" cosmetic benefits is sure to be frequently requested.
All hearing devices need to be matched to the wearer in order for optimal usage.
The results of an audiogram or conversation with an audiologist is the best way to determine if an RIC hearing aid is for you.
http://hearing-aids-mesa-az.com RIC, or Receiver in Canal, hearing aids resemble the popular BTE style are are similar in size to open-fit m...