How Does the Phonak Invisible Hearing Aid Work?

by | Apr 17, 2023 | Hearing Aids, Patient Resources

One of the most exciting developments in recent years has been the introduction of invisible hearing aids.

These devices offer a discreet and effective solution for those with a hearing loss.

One of the most promising names in this niche, is Phonak, a Swiss-based company who’s been at the forefront of hearing aid technology for over 70 years.

They’re known for innovative products, and certainly one of their most popular offerings is their invisible hearing aids.

The Benefits of Invisible Hearing Aids

Invisible hearing aids are discreet and very difficult to spot when worn. This is a confidence-booster for people who are self-conscious about wearing hearing aids.

Not only can you go about your daily life without feeling embarrassed, but you’ll also feel very comfortable due to the custom fit.

Invisible hearing aids are incredibly effective at improving hearing because the technology used in these devices is advanced.

With such a device, you could be hearing sounds you may not have heard in years.

And of course, this can have a hugely positive impact on your quality of life.

In time, you’ll enjoy more effective communication while hearing a wider range of sounds.

Advanced Features of Phonak’s Invisible Hearing Aids

Phonak’s invisible hearing aids are packed with advanced features that make them one of the most innovative and effective hearing aids on the market.

Here are a few of the features that set them apart:

Automatic Sound Adjustment: They are equipped with automatic sound adjustment technology, and adapt to your surroundings in real-time.

That means if you move from a quiet environment to a noisy one, your hearing aids will automatically adjust to ensure you can still hear clearly.

Tinnitus Masking: Phonak’s invisible hearing aids are equipped with tinnitus masking technology.

This feature helps reduce the impact of tinnitus by playing white noise or other sounds.

Bluetooth Connectivity: They offer Bluetooth connectivity. This means you can connect them to a range of devices such as smartphones and televisions. You can stream music, phone calls and other audio directly to your hearing aids.

You probably won’t need headphones again, and it’s now so much easier to stay connected and enjoy your favourite activities.

Remote Control Apps: Phonak’s remote control app allows you to adjust your hearing aids by using your smartphone or tablet. You can vary the volume, settings and other features without having to remove your hearing aids.

Customization Options: They can be tailored to suit your unique hearing needs.

They’re also available in a range of styles and colours and can be fitted with different types of microphones and speakers to maximize your hearing experience.

Weighing Up Your Hearing Aid Options

Phonak’s invisible hearing aids are a popular choice for many people due to their discreet design, added comfort and advanced features.

We also carry other Phonak hearing aids and discuss them on this page.

So, which one is right for you?

With a comprehensive hearing assessment, our professional team at Port Credit Audiology & Hearing Aid Clinic can identify any hearing impairment you might have and address your hearing care needs.

Our hearing care professionals can help you select the hearing aid that best helps overcome your hearing loss challenges while respecting your personal preferences and budget.

You can contact us to inquire about a hearing assessment or find out more. You can also request a callback.

Or, call us at (905) 990-3755.

Phonak’s invisible hearing aids might be exactly what you need. Why not find out today?

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Dario Coletta

Dario Coletta M.Sc., Au.D., Reg. CASLPO Doctor of Audiology is the head Audiologist of Port Credit Audiology & Hearing Aid Clinic. Dario obtained his Doctor of Audiology from A.T. Still University and Master of Science in Audiology from the University of British Columbia following his Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto. He currently holds lecturer status at the University of Toronto in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. Dario continues to work part-time at the Toronto General Hospital and has knowledge in advanced diagnostics, bespoke hearing aid fittings, and cerumen management. Dario also has a special interest in managing and counselling patients with tinnitus. He brings knowledge and efficiency in prescribing and fitting the newest hearing aid technology, and is committed to helping patients find an individualized solution for their hearing healthcare concerns.