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Manila Hearing Aid guides you to attain significantly better hearing by helping you decide the best hearing aid style
and performance for your specific listening needs.

Hearing Aid Fitting Styles

Hearing Aid Performance

Listening Needs

Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids

These hearing instruments are placed behind the ear, attached to a custom-fit ear mold and fit inside the ear canal. They help a wide range of hearing losses from mild to profound hearing loss levels.

Receiver-in-the-Canal Hearing Aids

These hearing devices are smaller than the behind-the-ear hearing aids because parts are encased and positioned separately. They are more cosmetically appealing. Also, they can have various features similar to that of behind-the-ear hearing aids. However, it can only accommodate mild to early severe hearing loss levels.

In-the-Canal or In-the-Ear Hearing Aids

These are custom-made to fit inside the ear canal and help hearing losses from mild to moderately severe. In the Ear (ITE) hearing aids are worn inside the ear which are usually suitable for mild to severe hearing losses. They are custom-made to fit the ear exactly. Completely in the Canal (CIC) hearing aids are smaller in size than the ITE instrument. They are ideal for those who consider cosmetic appearance and aesthetics important. They are suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss levels.

Completely-in-the-Canal Hearing Aids

These are hearing aids that are smaller in size than the In-the-Ear (ITE) instrument. They are ideal for those who consider cosmetic appearance and aesthetics important. They are suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss levels.

Basic Hearing Aids

These devices are for people who are less active. They have directional microphones and some noise reduction and can be controlled manually. Basic hearing aids help you in simple sound situations and quiet environments. They offer comfortable listening of one-on-one conversations and television in a relatively quiet area.

Standard Hearing Aids

These devices are designed for individuals who are a little more active. The features in these hearing aids are somewhat better than the basic hearing aids that help you hear in slightly more challenging sound situations. Standard hearing aids deliver better than basic hearing aids as they help you in group situations and small meetings at the shops and in restaurants.

Advanced Hearing Aids

These hearing devices are ideal for active individuals who like to socialize and attend events. They deliver good sound quality and speech clarity even in complex sound situations. Advanced hearing aids may have most of the top end features. They help you with better hearing in large auditoriums, open plan buildings like shopping malls, churches and theaters.

Premium Hearing Aids

These hearing aids are for very active individuals who need to hear well everywhere, both indoor and outdoor. They are designed to handle the most complex sound situations and deliver the best speech clarity and most natural sound. Premium hearing aid have the features of the latest technology. They help you to hear well in almost every situation.

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At home

It is not easy to go through your daily activities and tasks with a hearing loss. You will exert more effort to follow and understand what is being said. Having the right hearing solution allows you to lead your daily life fully and stay connected with your loved ones wherever you are.

At work

Communication is essential at work. People with serious hearing loss compensate their listening difficulties by doing several approaches to keep their career on track. Don’t settle—start regaining your focus in excelling in your field by boosting your hearing performance.

In school

Guide your child towards a successful future by providing him with the best hearing solutions that will allow him to focus on the important aspects of his life — listening, interacting and learning.

At play

Having a healthy hearing helps you maintain an active physical and social life. Get the most out of your rest and relaxation by wearing hearing aids that make it easier for you to communicate and interact with others.