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Hearing Aid in Lethbridge, AB

Southern Alberta Hearing Aid Ltd. is owned and operated by Nathan Wiebe.

When you're searching for someone to outfit you with a Lethbridge, AB, hearing aid, don't look past Southern Alberta Hearing Aid Ltd. We're dedicated to client satisfaction, so we'll do our best to find you a hearing aid that suits your needs. We'll take your lifestyle into account and work to find a unit that has the correct features, size, and shape to suit your body and your needs.

We're highly experienced in the field, so we strive to answer all of your questions in a thorough manner. Our hearing aids come in many different styles, designed with your comfort in mind. We have hearing aids that you can wear:

  • Completely in the canal
  • In the canal
  • In the ear
  • With a receiver in the ear
  • Behind the ear

At Southern Alberta Hearing Aid Ltd., we keep our prices affordable so that you can get the device that you need. We want to help you improve your life with our work as Lethbridge, AB, hearing aid professionals, so we'll take all the details of your situation into account when helping you choose a hearing aid. When you're ready to learn more about our options, give our office a call to schedule an appointment.

The technology used in hearing aids is becoming more advanced every day.  Hearing aids are now smaller, more flexible, and produce better sound quality than ever before. Some of the options for hearing aids are:

Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids – Powerful yet discreet.

miniRITE (mini receiver-in-the-ear) – The miniRite style is extremely popular because of its tiny size and many features

RITE (receiver-in-the-ear) – Slightly larger than the miniRITE, but still barely noticeable

In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids – Easy to handle and suitable for a wide range of hearing losses.

In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids – A compact solution that fits deeper in the ear compared to the ITE style.

Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids - These are so tiny they are almost invisible and are preferred by those with wider ear canals. (Not suitable for severe hearing loss)

Choosing the right hearing aid can be difficult with wide assortment of products to choose from. Let our professionals evaluate your hearing loss and determine the best hearing device for your needs.

 

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