Your search for the right Hearing Aids ends here with Manna Audiology

Our team of experts, including doctors of audiology, is focused on thoroughly investigating the unique needs of each patient, their communication needs, and specific hearing issues. At Manna Audiology, you have access to superior quality hearing aids and you also have access to a personalized and higher standard of care.

Whether you prefer the small, effective, but discreet hearing aids or whether the larger and easier to handle but not as discreet devices are a better idea for you, we offer the entire range of options in hearing aids in Charlotte.

If you have any questions about open fit hearing aids in Charlotte, we are here to help. Call us at 704-321-4629 or use our contact form to reach out to us today.

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  • Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC)

    • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
    • Completely invisible in most ears
    • Custom-made for you

 


  • Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

  •     Appropriate for almost all types of hearing loss
  •     Custom earpiece is molded to fit your outer ear
  •     Discreet design

There are several benefits of this type of hearing aid. Since the devices are large and fairly robust, they are less fiddly and easier to use. This is very important for seniors or those with limited motor abilities or poor eyesight.

Behind the ear devices are less prone to breakdowns and are less likely to require repairs. The receiver-in-canal devices tend to come into contact with some of the ear wax and moisture while the behind the ear varieties do not. If you're researching open fit hearing aids in Charlotte, another aspect to take into account is the batteries, which are larger and longer lasting for behind the ear devices.

 


  • Receiver-In-The-Canal (RIC)

    • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss

    • Leaves the ear open

    • Reduced or no “plugged up” feeling

    • Sleek design barely visible when worn

The sleek and discreet design is the chief plus-point of the receiver in the canal type of hearing aids. They are ideal for people with mild to moderate hearing loss who would rather not advertise to the world that they need to use a hearing aid.

High-pitched sounds are very well amplified and users of this type of hearing aid report excellent results even over prolonged use. This type of hearing aid is also very comfortable for the user because it leaves the ear canal open. This also reduces feedback and produces a more natural sound.


 
  • Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC)

    • For mild to moderatehearing loss
    • Virtually undetectable
    • Placement within the ear, cuts down on wind noise

 
  • In-The-Canal (ITC)

    • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
    • Fits in the ear canal
    • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid

  • Half Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)

    • For mild to severe hearing loss
    • Fits directly into external ear
    • Inserted and adjusted with ease

  • Full Shell In-The-Ear (ITE)

    • For mild to severe hearing loss
    • Fits directly into external ear
    • Inserted and adjusted with ease