The Style of Hearing Aids We Offer

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AGX Open Fit

For mild to moderate hearing loss and the perception of Sound Voids™

  • A hard-molded, plastic case is worn behind the ear, and a clear plastic tube wraps into the ear canal, while a small, soft silicone dome holds the tube in place inside of the ear canal.
  • May be barely visible depending on case color.
  • The lightweight tube and soft tip provide optimum comfort and minimal visibility.

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AGX Receiver-In-The-Canal (RIC)

For mild to severe hearing loss and the perception of Sound Voids™

  •  Open fit hearing aid with the speaker sitting directly in the ear canal
  • May be barely visible depending on case color
  • The lightweight wire provides optimum comfort and minimal visibility

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AGX Half Shell (HS)

For mild to severe hearing loss and the perception of Sound Voids™

  • All components are contained in a custom-fit, hard-molded plastic shell.
  • Fills a portion of the bowl of the ear.
  • Visible inside the ear.

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AGX Behind the Ear (BTE)

For mild to profound hearing loss and the perception of Sound Voids™

  • All components are contained in a case worn behind the ear.
  • A hard-molded, plastic case is worn behind the ear, and a custom-fit earmold extends into the ear.
  • May be barely visible depending on case color and earmold color.

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AGX In-the-Ear (ITE)

For mild to severe hearing loss and the perception of Sound Voids™

  • All components are contained in a custom-fit, hard-molded plastic shell.
  • Fills the entire bowl of the ear
  • Visible inside the ear.

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AGX CIC (Completely in the Canal)

The CIC hearing aid is the smallest hearing aid available. The majority of the hearing aid extends into the ear canal and is less visible than the canal aid. It is custom-made and is appropriate for mild to moderate losses. Advantages include the cosmetic appeal of the small size and reduced feedback especially on the phone. Disadvantages include the susceptibility to ear wax and moisture problems and possibility of the occlusion effect (sounding like your head is in a barrel); discomfort in taking a deeper ear impression; no manual volume control.