All of our hearing aids come with a LIFETIME SERVICE commitment

Lawrence Hearing Service Commitment

Hearing Aids: How to choose the right one?

The first step in choosing the right hearing aid is finding a Hearing Aid Specialist you can Trust. Lawrence Hearing is trained and certified to work with all the major hearing aid brands. We also believe in Honesty and Transparency when answering our clients questions and concerns about hearing devices. Every hearing instrument we deliver is designed to address our client’s Unique Hearing Requirements.

What’s The Best Hearing Aid?

The question we get asked most often is- “What’s the best hearing aid?” Our answer to that question is always the same: There is no “Best” hearing aid. It all depends on YOU and YOUR HEARING NEEDS.

“Lawrence Hearing has recently fitted me with my third pair of hearing aids, so I am an experienced user. I cannot say enough about the care and attention given to me to ensure, the comfort and efficiency of my new devices. A truly professional staff; highly recommended.”

Laurel B.

“GREAT SERVICE! After being fitted with my hearing aids and subsequent follow up, I thought that any additional checkups would be chargeable. But to my amazement year after year an annual checkup is included at no additional cost. I recommend Lawrence Hearing whenever I can.”

Lou C.

“Lawrence Hearing fitted me with my third set of hearing aids and as before they function perfectly. As time goes on and as I also age, Lawrence Hearing is there to make the necessary adjustments to return the devices to optimum clarity. Both Brandon and Don are stellar professionals with the comfort and satisfaction of their customers foremost in their business creed. I would recommend them highly!!”

Gerard M.

“I have really enjoyed Lawrence Hearing. The staff is very considerate, and I always get good service. They are generous and always explain very well the procedures they are using during hearing tests. They also give very good explanations about the hearing aids and how to use them and take care of them. They are always available and ready to answer any questions. I was shocked and kind of embarrassed to realize that I needed hearing aids, but they helped me get over that.”

Lucy B.

“Trying to get a handle on what I needed to correct my hearing loss. I had a consultation with Brandon in the Middletown office. I also visited 4 other providers after that first visit with Brandon. What an eye opener. Brandon did what none of the others did, He Listened to me and made suggestions, gave me options, no hard sell, and his service is better than most. Product line is great and price point is very very competitive. I am very happy with the hearing aids I got and when the wife decides it time for her I know where we will be going.”

Kenneth S.

“It’s a pleasure going to Lawrence Hearing! Brendon is compassionate and knowledgeable, and the hearing aids have changed the quality of my life. Thank you, Lawrence Hearing!”

Diana W.

Hearing Aid Styles

Invisible In The Canal (IIC)

Invisible In The Canal
Invisible In The Canal Hearing Aid

The Invisible-In-Canal (IIC) hearing instrument sits deep in the ear canal ensuring sound travels quickly and accurately to your eardrum. This 100% invisible device is designed for daily removal.

– 100% Invisible when worn
– Hear clearly in noise
– Sculpted for your ear canal
– Highest definition sound quality
– Designed for daily removal

Features

Description & Size:
– Smallest available
– Exclusive custom design
– Completely Invisible and minimizes occlusion

Degree of Hearing Loss
– Mild to Moderate

Volume Control
– Automatic or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

Completely in the Canal (CIC)

Completely in the Canal
Completely in the Canal Hearing Aid

The Completely-In-Canal (CIC) hearing instrument is the most popular custom-made instrument style because of its’ minimal visibility.

– Cosmetically desirable because these hearing aids are tiny in size
– Programmed to have automatic or push button settings
– Require good manual dexterity in order to place the hearing aid in the ears

Features

Description & Size:
– Extremely small
– Custom fit
– Nearly Invisible
– One of the most popular styles 

Degree of Hearing Loss
– Mild to Severe

Volume Control
– Automatic, on device or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

In the Canal (ITC)

In the Canal

The In-The-Canal (ITC) hearing instrument fills most of the bowl-shaped area of your outer ear.

– Barely visible in the ear
– Easy to use with the telephone
– May not fit well in small ears

Features

Description & Size:
– Slightly smaller than an ITE but larger than a CIC
– Custom fit

Degree of Hearing Loss
– Mild to Severe

Volume Control
– Automatic, on device or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

In The Ear (ITE)

In The Ear
In The Ear Hearing Aid

The In-the-Ear (ITE) hearing instrument fills most of the bowl-shaped area of your outer ear.

– Easy to insert into the ear because of its larger size
– Easy-to-operate larger features such as volume control
– Used to help mild to severe hearing loss

Features

Description & Size:
– Fills the outer ear and allows for larger sound amplifiers and more features
– Custom fit

Degree of Hearing Loss
– Most All

Volume Control
– Automatic, on device or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

Receiver in the Canal (RIC)

The Receivers-in-Canal (RIC) hearing instruments are durable, and water resistant. The sound processor and the receiver are physically separated, with the tiny processor hidden behind the top of the ear and the receiver placed in the ear canal.

– Fits a large range of hearing loss
– Offers the greatest flexibility in programming
– Water resistant and very durable

Features

Description & Size:
– Much smaller than a BTE
– Tucks right behind your ear
– Nearly invisible and very comfortable
– Comes in several colors to match hair and skin tone

Degree of Hearing Loss
– Mild to Severe and High Frequency Lost

Volume Control
– Automatic, on device or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

behind the ear (BTE)

The electronic components of the Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing device are concealed in a casing that hooks over the top of your ear and rests behind it. The second component is the ear mold that is custom- made to perfectly replicate the size and shape of your ear. The two components are connected via small tubing.

– Typically offers more power than a custom-made hearing aid
– Robust for active wears
– Suitable for all degrees of hearing loss
– Large, easy-to-use hearing aids that are very reliable

Features

Description & Size:
– Fits comfortably behind-the-ear and is attached to custom earmold.
– Comes in several colors to match hair and skin tone.
– Easy to use and very reliable

Degree of Hearing Loss
– All

Volume Control
– Automatic, on device or by remote control

Connects to External Sounds Sources (telephone, TV, Bluetooth, etc.)
– Yes

Hearing Aid Accessories

The world is connected more than ever before. Our hearing aids now combine wearable technology that allows you to stream audio and music directly from your smartphones. We also have sophisticated smartphone applications that allow you to control your hearing aids in different environments.

We offer a full line of hearing aid accessories that allow you to stream audio directly from your TV. Ask us about our full line of Audio solutions for Home Phones as well as Captioned Telephone Services.