At Boyd's Hearing Center, we fully understand that your hearing care should be personalized to you. That's why we take the time to find you the right hearing instrument.
Hearing Aid Considerations
One of the largest factors to take into consideration when finding a hearing aid is your finger dexterity. If you cannot insert your hearing instrument properly or change its batteries, then it is not the right style for you. Stop by today
for your FREE consultation
with a hearing test.
Receiver-in-the-canal Hearing Instruments
Uses a thin wire receiver that is placed close to the ear drum
Has a dome on the end instead of a custom mold
Gives you a more natural sound
The only proven aid that helps in noisy situations
Can be programmed right in our office
In-the-ear Hearing Instruments
Helpful if you have low hand dexterity
Larger battery is easier to change
Battery life is longer
Fits directly in your ear
In-the-canal Hearing Instruments
Smaller than the in-the-ear style
Custom made to fit your external ear canal
Ideal for mild to moderate hearing loss
Completely In-the-canal Hearing Instruments
Smallest custom-fit style available
Cosmetically appealing as it fits deep in the ear canal
Reduced wind noise and improved telephone hearing
Give you a more natural sound
Ideal instrument for an active person
Can be used with severe hearing loss
Behind-the-ear Hearing Instruments
Ideal for severe to profound hearing loss
Larger battery for low finger dexterity or poor vision
Longer battery life
You'll receive a 3-year repair service package on all hearing aids and 3-year protection against loss, theft, or damage.
With over 30 years of experience in the hearing healthcare field, our staff can offer you the highest quality of care.
We're dedicated to getting to know you and your hearing issue so that we can offer an appropriate resolution.