Hearing Aids

Each individual hearing loss is much like a fingerprint, no one is alike. That is why there are so many styles of hearing devices available. Not all hearing aids fit every type of hearing loss. It is important to see your clinical audiologist to discuss which hearing aids are most successful for your type of loss. Hearing aids continue to make great strides in technology in all price levels
and styles. We are excited to serve you as your hearing healthcare provider. Hearing aid technology has greatly improved over the past decade. Devices have become smaller, more invisible, much more comfortable, and they work much better. Our satisfaction rate is 90%. They can be fitted and worn for a 30-day trial period to confirm their benefit.

1These aids are contained in a tiny case that fits partly or completely into the ear canal. They are the smallest aids available and offer some cosmetic and listening advantages.

2These aids are contained in a tiny case that fits partly or completely into the ear canal. They are
the smallest aids available and offer some cosmetic and listening advantages.

3All parts of the aid are contained in a shell that fills in the outer part of the ear. These aids are larger than canal aids and, for some people, may be easier to handle than smaller aids.

4All parts of the aid are contained in a small plastic case that rests behind the ear. The case is connected to an earmold by a piece of clear tubing. This style is often chosen for young children for safety and growth reasons.

5A small plastic case rests behind the ear, and a very fine clear tube runs into the ear canal. Inside the ear canal, a small, soft silicone dome or a molded, highly vented acrylic tip holds the tube in place. These aids offer cosmetic and listening advantages and are used typically by adults.

6These aids look very similar to the behind-the-ear hearing aid with a unique difference: the speaker of the hearing aid is placed inside the ear canal, and thin electrical wires replace the acoustic tube of the BTE aid. These aids also offer cosmetic and listening advantages and are typically used for adults.

  • Premium batteries
  • Custom ear molds for hearing aids, iPods, and MP3s
  • Water protection earplugs
  • Noise protection for musicians and sportsmen
  • Personal FM

If you are looking for hearing aids in Oklahoma City, come see us at Hough Ear Hearing and Speech Center.