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Starkey Hearing Aids

Starkey Hearing Aids

BTE:

  • First-ever touch control panel
  • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
  • Discreet design
  • For moderate to severe hearing loss
  • Variety of color options available

Mini BTE:

  • Smallest BTE model
  • First-ever touch control panel
  • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
  • Discreet design
  • For moderate to severe hearing loss
  • Variety of color options available

Power Plus BTE:

  • Offers greater amplification compared to smaller, in-the-ear instruments
  • No hard-to-use buttons or dials
  • First-ever touch control panel
  • Discreet design
  • For moderate to severe hearing loss
  • Variety of color options available
  • Two power options available: Power BTE and Power Plus BTE

RIC:

  • Comfortable open fit
  • Sleek design barely visible when worn
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Variety of color options available
  • Available in regular and Absolute Power
  • Available in 312 and 13 battery sizes*

Mini RIC:

  • Smallest RIC model
  • Comfortable, open fit
  • Configurable user control
  • Locking battery door
  • Variety of color options
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Available in regular and Absolute Power

Soundlens:

  • Completely invisible in most ears
  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Custom-made for you

AMP:

  • Completely invisible in most ears
  • Designed especially for first-time hearing aid users
  • Easy to remove for better ear health

CIC:

  • Virtually undetectable
  • For mild to moderately severe hearing loss
  • Custom-made for you

ITC:

  • For mild to mildly severe hearing loss
  • Variety of technology level choices that previously required a larger aid
  • Custom-made for you
  • Also available in light brown, medium brown, chestnut and dark brown skin tones

ITE:

  • Easy to adjust
  • For mild to severe hearing loss
  • Custom-made for you
  • Also available in light brown, medium brown, chestnut and dark brown skin tones
What Makes Us Right For You?

It begins with a sincere question, “What brings you here, today?” At PHH, we pride ourselves in getting to the root of your concerns regarding you or your loved-one’s communicative difficulties… whether it’s problems understanding grandchildren talking when they come to visit or problems understanding a spouse or coworkers, we are here to help you.

It is not unique to see our waiting rooms full of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and grandparents… not to mention a close friend or an aunt or uncle from time to time. It is important to note that we communicate with the people around us… so THEY are the key to building and acheiving success in a hearing rehabilitative program.

Do you have questions?
``Blindness cuts us off from things, but deafness cuts us off from people...``

– Helen Keller