Hearing Aids for Hearing Loss

From the Company Unitron

Hearing aids for hearing loss from the Unitron company. External (BTE), behind-the-ear (RIC), and in-the-ear (ITE) models available.

Hearing Aids for Hearing Loss
with EOPYY Subsidy of €450

EOPYY has changed the way it reimburses insured individuals for the purchase of hearing aids for hearing loss. Insured individuals now only need to pay their own contribution and not the entire amount.

Hearing Aids. Types of Hearing Aids.

Different types with customized anatomical fit for every need.

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

Extremely small, almost invisible tube.

In-The-Ear (ITE)

Discreet and highly effective.

Differences Between Types of Hearing Aids

There are two styles of hearing aids: those that fit behind the ear and those that fit in the ear canal.
Which one is suitable for you depends on your hearing loss, lifestyle, and preferences.

Hearing Aids Behind the Ear (BTE)

  • BTE hearing aids are slightly larger than those that fit in the ear canal, but some are extremely small, and the thin tube is almost invisible.
  • Larger batteries can be used for longer battery life and more powerful amplifiers for more severe hearing loss.
  • Some BTE hearing aids can be fitted on the same day as your hearing assessment.
  • Some BTE hearing aids do not block or fill the ear canal, so sounds are more natural, especially your own voice.
  • It may be a good choice if you have difficulty with handling.

Hearing Aids In the Ear (ITE)

  • ITE hearing aids are visible in the ear.
  • Very small-sized ITE hearing aids are a fairly discreet option.
  • Because they are custom-fitted to your ear canal, these ITE hearing aids require additional visits to the audiologist.
  • The small size of ITE hearing aids may be an issue if you have difficulty with handling.
  • The deeper ITE hearing aids are placed in the ear canal, the more potential for blockage (earwax) you may encounter.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

A session with a specialized audiologist will assist you in making the right choice and configuring your hearing aid properly.

About the Company

The company "Communication Hearing Aids" is a recognized center for the application of hearing aids, with Ms. Ourania Palaietheodorou as the responsible hearing aid dispenser (H.A.D.).

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About Hearing Loss

There are three types of hearing loss - sensorineural, conductive, and mixed.

Hearing Aid Adjustment

The ideal hearing aid is the one that becomes a natural extension of you.

Opening Hours

09:00 AM - 01:00 PM & 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

We provide concise answers to common questions.

Hearing aids do not have an expiration date. Their lifespan depends on the care provided and regular manufacturer-recommended check-ups. Newer hearing aids can be reprogrammed and adjusted as needed, making them more adaptable compared to older technology that had limited reprogramming capabilities. If your hearing capacity declines over time, you may need to consider purchasing new hearing aids.

Modern hearing aids have long overcome the issue of unwanted and annoying whistling. High-tech control systems prevent these symptoms, allowing us to enjoy the application of our hearing aids without such disturbances.

The decision to use one or two hearing aids depends on the diagnosis of the type and degree of your hearing loss. In general, if you have a problem in both ears, it is advisable to follow the solution of applying hearing aids to both ears to achieve better sound comprehension and speech discrimination in noisy environments. Nature has designed us to function with both hearing organs, and this is not something to overlook.

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Overview of Auditory Neuropathy

Auditory neuropathy is a serious impairment that affects people's hearing ability. It occurs when the auditory nerve or the inner ear's auditory structures do not function properly. Individuals facing this challenge have limited or absent hearing, affecting their ability to hear and understand sounds.

At the Auditory Neuropathy Center in Patras, as well as in the city of Nafpaktos, our specialists are dedicated to supporting individuals with auditory neuropathy. One of the essential tools that can be used to improve their hearing is auditory neuropathy hearing aids.

Auditory neuropathy hearing aids are electronic devices worn behind or inside the ear, designed to amplify sounds for people with neuropathy. These hearing aids function by enhancing the sounds that reach the ear, allowing users to hear more clearly and better understand speech and environmental sounds.

At the Auditory Neuropathy Center in Patras, individuals with auditory neuropathy can seek help in the selection, adjustment, and use of auditory neuropathy hearing aids. Specialists conduct hearing assessments and measurements to tailor the Auditory Neuropathy hearing aids to individual needs and preferences.

Auditory Neuropathy hearing aids can make a significant difference in the lives of people with auditory neuropathy. They enable users to fully participate in daily activities, communicate more easily with others, enjoy music and sound, and improve their overall quality of life.

It is important to emphasize that prevention and awareness of auditory neuropathy are equally crucial. Educational programs and awareness campaigns can enhance understanding and support for people living with this challenge and promote their acceptance and inclusion in society.

Access to auditory support is vital to ensure that people with auditory neuropathy have the opportunity to lead a full and fulfilling life.

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