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Can I wear invisible hearing aids?

The shape and degree of your hearing loss will determine which styles may work best for you, with smaller models generally suited for less significant losses and larger styles suited for any degree of hearing loss, including severe and profound. In recent years, many new styles have emerged that are not noticeable when worn. In addition to small, hidden hearing aids, there are new bold colors and stylish designs such as leopard print and polka dots. Rather than try to hide your hearing aids, you just may be tempted to show them off!

Which hearing aid(s) would work best for you needs to be determined by an audiologist or hearing instrument specialist, after a comprehensive hearing evaluation. There is often more than one option available for each person.

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