Better hearing is a journey.

Fortunately, a doctor of audiology can give you a map. 

Road map to better hearing
Getting to better hearing on your own can be a long and winding road, full of missed turns and dead ends.

Let our knowledgeable doctors of audiology guide you. Once we determine that hearing aids are the answer, you can rely on our experience and expertise to set you on the right path.

Many factors affect your choice of aids. Find out more below, then come in to talk about whether — and which — hearing aids will work for you. To learn more about your hearing needs, take our free online tests.

Appearance

Most hearing aids come in a wide variety of styles as shown below. We’ll help you choose one to fit your appearance needs.

Completely In Canal (CIC) / Mini Canal
Completely In Canal Hearing Aid

  • Virtually invisible
  • For most degrees of hearing loss
  • Custom fitted
  • Requires good manual dexterity

In The Canal (ITC) / Half Shell
In The Canal Hearing Aid

  • Less visible
  • For most degrees of hearing loss
  • Better than CIC aids for those with excess wax
  • Requires good manual dexterity

In The Ear (ITE)
In The Ear Hearing Aid

  • Easy to adjust — ideal for those with limited manual dexterity
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Custom fitted

Behind The Ear (BTE)
Behind The Ear Hearing Aid

  • Longest battery life
  • Most resistant to breakdown since no technology is in the ear
  • Effective even for profound hearing loss
  • Compatible with cell phones

Invisible In Canal (IIC)
Invisible In Canal Hearing Aid

  • 100% invisible deep canal aid with Comfort Fit
  • Virtually no whistling or buzzing
  • Natural Sounding
  • Custom designed for your ear
  • Works great on the phone

Receiver In Canal (RIC)
Receiver In Canal Hearing Aid

  • Almost as invisible as CIC hearing aids
  • A great option to the BTE for those with mild to severe hearing loss
  • Available in a variety of colors to blend with your hair and skin

Lifestyle

By determining the most challenging listening situations of your daily life, Ken-Ton can help you find the best aid for your lifestyle. You can learn more about it with our free online lifestyle test.

Calm
CalmAt home, one-on-one, watching TV — minimal background noise
Social
CalmOutdoors, restaurants, meetings — slightly more background noise
Active
CalmAt the mall, industrial settings, parties — moderate background noise
Vibrant
CalmAt concerts, in large groups or crowds — high background noise

Other Factors

Technology
Modern technology offers improved range and flexibility for your hearing. Advance features allow you to stream TV, mp3, and cell phone signals directly to your aids.
Monaural / Binaural
Hearing with two ears at the same level is always recommended, unless for some reason one ear is unaffected by hearing loss.
Budget
There are great technology and appearance options for every budget, and we offer financing through Care Credit for qualified customers.
Physical Limitations
Not every person can wear every device — we’ll help you figure out which options are available for your exact requirements.

What We Offer

What We Offer at Ken-Ton Hearing

  • Confidence that Ken-Ton will work with you to help end the frustration of hearing loss
  • Experience & expertise from the 30 years our doctors of audiology have been helping thousands of people like you
  • Financing from Care Credit, available to well-qualified customers under Care Credit’s terms and conditions

What You Get

What You Get at Ken-Ton Hearing

  • Better hearing, better living, less frustration
  • Free 60-day trial to ensure your aids are comfortable & effective
  • Free batteries & maintenance for as long as you own your aids
  • 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee — we make it right or refund your money