Hearing Aids

Tampa Bay Hearing Aids Directory

Welcome to the Tampa Bay hearing aids directory a service of Go Local Tampa Bay.

Trinity Hearing and Balance Center
Trinity Hearing and Balance Center
Trinity Hearing & Balance Center offers state of the art hearing aid technology. The latest and most up to date advancements in digital technology of hearing aids are available. From affordable entry level products to advanced digital technology, Dr. Kelly Hansen will help you make the best choice for your lifestyle. Most major brands of hearing aids are available. The new advancements in hearing aid technology can make many old problems disappear.
Phone: (727) 372-1130 | More Information: Hearing Aids
[map address=”8605 Easthaven Court, Suite 101, Trinity FL 34655″]
8605 Easthaven Court, Suite 101, Trinity  FL  34655
Member Date: 6/26/2008
Category: Hearing Aids


Leading Hearing Aid Brands

Phonak
Unitron
ReSound
Siemens
Rexton
Sonic
Starkey
Widex
Oticon

Different Styles of Hearing Aids
  • Behind The Ear Hearing Aids (BTE)
    Most parts are contained in a small plastic case that rests behind the ear; the case is connected to an earmold or an earpiece by a piece of clear tubing. This style is often chosen for young children because it can accommodate various earmold types, which need to be replaced as the child grows. Also, the BTE aids are easy to be cleaned and handled, and are relatively sturdy.
  • Mini Behind The Ear Hearing Aids
    A new type of BTE aid called the mini BTE (or “on-the-ear”) aid. It also fits behind/on the ear, but is smaller. A very thin, almost invisible tube is used to connect the aid to the ear canal. Mini BTEs may have a comfortable ear piece for insertion (“open fit”), but may also use a traditional earmold. Mini BTEs allow not only reduced occlusion or “plugged up” sensations in the ear canal, but also increase comfort, reduce feedback and address cosmetic concerns for many users.
  • In The Ear Hearing Aids (ITE)
    All parts of the hearing aid are contained in a shell that fills in the outer part of the ear. The ITE aids are larger than the in-the-canal and completely-in-the-canal aids (see below), and for some people may be easier to handle than smaller aids.
  • In The Canal Hearing Aids (ITC) and Completely In The Canal Hearing Aids (CIC)
    These hearing aids are contained in tiny cases that fit partly or completely into the ear canal. They are the smallest hearing aids available and offer cosmetic and some listening advantages. However, their small size may make them difficult to handle and adjust for some people.

[source: http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ConsumerProducts/HearingAids/ucm181470.htm]

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