Hearing Aids

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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.

We sell, service and repair all major brands of Hearing Aids including; Gn Resound, Oticon, Phonak, Signia, Sonic, Starkey, Unitron and Widex. Read more about these brands

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When you purchase hearing aids from Lawrence Hearing we offer our 100% Money-Back Guarantee, which means you have nothing to lose and so much to gain.

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Hearing Aids: What Are The Different Hearing Aid Types?

The hearing aid types are Invisible-In-Canal, Completely-In-Canal, In-The-Ear, In-The-Canal, Receivers-In-Canal and Behind-The-Ear. Read on to learn more about them.

Invisible In Canal Hearing DeviceThe 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

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

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

In The EarThe 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

In The CanalThe 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

Receivers In CanalThe 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

Behind The EarThe 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 device
  • Robust for active wears
  • Suitable for all degrees of hearing loss
  • Large, easy-to-use hearing instruments that are very reliable

Hearing Aid Accessories

The world is more connected than ever before. Lawrence Hearing’s wireless hearing aid solutions mean you can now stream audio direct from your mobile phone, TV or music player, and control what you listen to with a hearing aid remote control.

Solutions will help you become more connected to the world around you. Hear Better on the telephone, Hear TV Better, and hear your Music in more Beautiful Detail.

Hearing Protection

We offer all kinds of hearing protection designed for hunters, gun sports enthusiasts, industrial workers, musicians and concert goers!


A: There are many types of hearing instruments to choose from. Early analog instruments with many undesirable effects are now being replaced with digital technology. These instruments sort sounds into bands or frequency ranges that can be grouped to provide precision amplification in select ranges. This means that sounds of nature, music, and speech are perceived and amplified differently. The end result is greater precision in hearing correction so that speech sounds are enhanced while background noises are reduced. Your hearing health professional will help you select the best one for you.

A: Your hearing aid was most likely an analog type with many disadvantages. Today’s digital technologies are programmed by a computer to match your type of hearing loss and unique requirements. Depending upon the type you select, there can be a significant improvement in the sound quality.

A: Most people have hearing loss in both ears, yet some only wear one hearing aid. Amplifying only one ear when both ears need help can put you at a disadvantage. Your brain needs two ears for hearing accuracy. Here’s why:

  • Increased Speech Clarity:
    Wearing two, instead of just one, makes it easier to understand speech in normal listening situations and in noise.
  • Enhanced Sound Quality:
    When hearing through two hearing devices, sounds have a fuller quality and feel more balanced. Volume levels can be set lower, minimizing the distortion.
  • Improved Localization:
    With two hearing aids, the brain receives sound from both ears. This makes it easier to tell where the sound is coming from, a skill known as localization. Localization tells you which way to turn when someone is calling your name.