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Hearing Aids

Hearing aids from the leading manufacturers.

Hearing Aids in San Diego, CA

As a locally owned, private hearing center, Oliver Audiology carries hearing aids from all of the major manufacturers. Hearing technology has advanced immensely over the years, and we are proud to offer the latest devices, including Bluetooth hearing aids and rechargeable aids. Regardless of your hearing needs, there is a device that can be programmed to help you.

Styles of Hearing Aids

We carry all styles of hearing aids for sale, including the following:

Receiver in Canal hearing aid style illustration

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

Receiver-in-Canal hearing aids are reliable and convenient. These have a lightweight feel to them and a flexible fit.

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Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

Behind-the-Ear hearing aids put you in control with customizable fit options, wireless connectivity, and easy volume control.

Completely in Canal hearing aid style illustration

Completely-in-Canal (CIC)

Completely-in-Canal hearing aids are sleek and subtle. This technology is molded to the unique contours of your ear for a superior fit that offers a natural look and hearing experience.

In the Canal hearing aid style illustration

In-the-Canal (ITC)

In-the-Canal hearing aids are discreet and have a glasses-friendly fit with external controls.

In the Ear hearing aid style illustration

In-the-Ear (ITE)

In-the-Ear hearing aids are custom molded for you. They are powerful and comfortable, allowing for all-day use.

Invisible in the Canal hearing aid style illustration

Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC)

Invisible-In-the-Canal hearing aids are the smallest hearing instrument available. These are for people who want ultimate discretion while benefiting from the natural acoustics of the external ear.

Open Behind the Ear hearing aid style illustration

Open BTE

Open BTE are behind-the-ear devices that have an open fit. This type of hearing aid provides amplification via a small tube inserted into the ear canal.

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Remote hearing aids feature Bluetooth capabilities and can be connected directly to your smartphone. With remote hearing aids we can provide adjustments to your hearing prescription remotely, so you don’t have to leave your home.

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Which Hearing Aid is Right For You?

There are many options of hearing technology available now, and without the right professional it can feel overwhelming. At Oliver Audiology, our hearing specialists will guide you through your options and help you choose the right device for your unique needs.

When recommending hearing aids, there are a few factors we consider: degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget.

Number 1

Hearing loss is measured as mild, moderate, moderately severe, severe or profound. The type of hearing aid best suited for you will vary depending on your degree of hearing loss. When recommending devices, we will consider your audiogram and what you need to hear better.

Number 2

Your activity level and lifestyle are important factors when deciding on a hearing aid. If you are in lots of conversations, go to restaurants, or work in a noisy environment, then you will need a higher level of technology to keep up with you.

Number 3

We will always keep your budget in mind. We understand hearing aids can be an investment. That’s why we will work with you and your insurance to help you find the right device that not only helps you hear better but is within your budget.

The hearing specialists at Oliver Audiology are dedicated to helping you live a better quality of life through improved hearing. Let us help you manage your hearing loss and get back to what really matters!

How To Videos

How to Clean a Receiver-in-the-Canal (RIC) Hearing Aid

How to Clean an In-the-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aid

How to Clean a Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aid

How to Clean an Invisible-in-the-Canal (ITC) Hearing Aid

How to Pair Bluetooth Hearing Aid to Your Smartphone

Hearing Aid Batteries 101