Hearing aids come in various styles and sizes. Depending on your degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, manual dexterity, preferences and cosmetic requirements, one or more of the styles described below could work for you. Our audiologists will discuss your options and recommend the best style based on your personal needs.
At Quarry Hearing, we carry hearing aids that fit any lifestyle. During your hearing evaluation, we will help you determine the style that works best for you. As a supplier of all major brands, we provide cutting edge technology so you get the best solution.
Quarry Hearing is a licensed supplier of these manufacturers
Signia hearing aids present a broad selection of models with a variety of features to address hearing loss, from mild to profound. Signia is a hearing aid manufacturer with the distinction of offering a mobile app that lets customers get assistance or communicate with their hearing specialist from any location. Click to learn more
Unitron – the company changing the future of hearing aids! This Canadian based hearing aid manufacturer has been in the business for over 50 years. Unitron is a global challenger for excellence in hearing technology with many awards for their sleek device designs. Click to learn more.
Founded in 1967, Starkey is recognized for its innovative design, development and distribution of comprehensive digital hearing systems. s the only American-owned and American-operated provider of hearing technologies, Starkey Hearing Technologies is proud to support veterans and active military service personnel with the best in American innovation. Click to learn more.
Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing aids come in a wide range of technology levels and styles. They are offered in various levels ranging from ‘Entry-level’ to ‘Premium’. Within each level, different technology and features are available. Some are designed for active lifestyles while others are for those in need of a ‘Power’ instrument. Choosing the right one depends on your specific needs and requirements. Our hearing care professionals are experts in each and can help you make the right choice.
Things to consider when selecting a hearing aid
- Degree of hearing loss
- Skin Sensitivities
- Medical Considerations