Hearing aids come in a variety of styles and sizes.

Learn about the benefits of each hearing aid style. Our audiologist will work with you to determine the best style that fits your needs.


AGXR IIC Hearing Aid

Our discreet invisible-in-canal hearing aid offers a secure fit and advanced noise-processing technology, making it ideal for life on the go.

Completely in the canal hearing aid

Sleek and subtle, this completely-in-canal technology is molded to the contours of your ear for a superior fit that offers a natural look and hearing experience.

AGXR ITC Hearing Aid

With a discreet, glasses-friendly fit and external controls, our in-the-canal technology is the perfect piece to complement your lifestyle.

AGXR ITE Hearing Aid

Our in-the-ear hearing aids are custom molded for you and are powerful and comfortable, allowing for all-day use.

AGXR BTE Hearing Aid

Reliable and convenient, the receiver-in-canal device has a lightweight feel and a flexible fit, and it is among our most popular systems.

AGXR RIC Hearing Aid

Our behind-the-ear technology puts you in control with customizable fit options, wireless connectivity, and easy volume control.

We’re proud to incorporate the Real Ear Fitting System into our superior patient experience.


What is Real-Ear Measurement?

The real-ear measurement system is one tool used to gauge the output response of a hearing device when it’s positioned in your ear canal. The testing can be completed using a variety of sounds and, more importantly, speech signals to validate the most comfortable and appropriate fitting and programming settings for each of your ears.


How Does It Work?

Real-ear measuring assesses the hearing-aid output with a probe microphone while the device is in your ear. We insert a flexible tube alongside your hearing aid and run tests using the microphone and real-ear measurement software. The results show what the desired output should be according to your hearing evaluation and other factors as well as how the device is actually performing while in your ear. These measurements can add more information to assist in your fitting because output can be impacted by the shape and configuration of your ear canal. This can be helpful in making small adjustments that can profoundly affect your hearing experience.

Why Does It Matter?

Although hearing aid technology is constantly improving, it’s critical that hearing-care professionals have a multitude of tools to verify the settings and ensure the devices are working properly. Every ear canal is shaped differently, every patient’s sound processing is unique, and every patient’s lifestyle is individual, making it crucial to offer real-ear verification measurements for patient-specific adjustments to the hearing aids. We perform this evaluation when deemed appropriate for new fittings and adjustments.
We want to offer all the services possible so you can hear the best in your world.