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Since 2012 we've helped so many individuals to hear with the most up to date technology hearing aids from all the leading manufacturers. We have the right hearing aids for you to include our entry level hearing aids through to top of the range premium hearing aids with our best price promise - like for like including our incredible aftercare service


Our aim is to give you an exceptional patient experience, we spend the time with you to understand how we can help and support your hearing loss needs, and we are always here available on the phone when you need support and assistance.   


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How does a hearing aid work?

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that amplifies sound and makes it easier for people with hearing loss to hear sounds more clearly. Here's a breakdown of how a hearing aid works:

1.     Microphone: The hearing aid has a microphone that picks up sound waves from the environment. The microphone converts the sound waves into an electrical signal.

2.     Amplifier: The electrical signal is then sent to an amplifier, which increases the volume of the sound signal. The amplifier also adjusts the sound signal based on the user's hearing needs and preferences.

3.     Receiver: The amplified signal is then sent to a receiver, which converts the electrical signal back into sound waves.

4.     Earpiece: The sound waves are then delivered to the user's ear through an earpiece. The earpiece is typically a small plastic dome that fits into the ear canal.

In addition to the basic components, some hearing aids also have additional features such as directional microphones, noise reduction, and feedback cancellation. These features can improve the user's ability to hear in different environments and reduce unwanted sounds such as background noise.


It's important to note that hearing aids do not restore hearing to normal levels. They simply amplify sound to make it easier for people with hearing loss to hear more clearly. Hearing aids can be a very effective tool for people with hearing loss, but it's important to work with a qualified audiologist to choose the right hearing aid and ensure proper fitting and adjustments.

What is a hearing aid?

A hearing aid is a small electronic device designed to improve the hearing ability of people with hearing loss. It is typically worn in or behind the ear and consists of several components that work together to amplify sound and make it easier for the wearer to hear.

There are different types of hearing aids available, including behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), and receiver-in-canal (RIC) models. They also come in different sizes and styles to fit a variety of ear shapes and sizes.


Hearing aids can improve the quality of life for people with hearing loss by making it easier for them to communicate with others, hear important sounds such as alarms and sirens, and enjoy music and other sounds. However, it's important to work with a qualified audiologist to choose the right hearing aid and ensure proper fitting and adjustments.

What types of hearing aid are there?



ITE, or in-the-ear, hearing aids are perhaps the most familiar of all hearing devices. They range from invisible through to full shell depending on your dexterity and hearing loss levels. They work well for all degrees of hearing loss and can be wireless and include Tinnitus Programs



The Receiver In Canal is the most popular hearing aid as it allows natural sounds to flow through.  The microphe is behind the back of the ear and the speaker fits completely within the ear canal. Designs today are small and sleek. They feature many extras such as bluetooth connectivity and rechargeable options are available too



Behind The Ear hearing aids are well-suited for individuals with moderate to severe hearing loss and are among the simplest to insert and remove. Most models also include Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to connect to your smartphone, tablet, and other devices.  Also available as a rechargeable option.

What Happens At Your Hearing Test Appointment?

Taking action on your hearing is a big deal and we love helping you at every step of your journey.  This is why you need a FREE full consultation so we can go through the following:

  1. Your full medical history

  2. Understanding of how and where you would like to hear better

  3. An in depth hearing test assessment

  4. Discussion of your results and the options available if you do need hearing aids

Remember We Offer.....

30 day money back Guarantee

Best Price Promise like for like on ALL our Hearing Aids

and an exceptional Patient Experience every time

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I feel I've suffered for years not being able to hear properly and now need to do something about it because it's affecting my work communication and possibly affecting my performance. 

I've heard some good things about your practice, there is a lot of competition on the high street right now but obviously have opted to come to see you based on feedback.

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This company is knowledgeable, efficient, helpful and above all friendly. A rare experience these days.
Vanessa heads up this company. She is dedicated and determined that you get the very best treatment. That your needs are met and appointments are made to suit you.

Their after care service is incredible

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Just a quick note to say thank you for the kind attention shown to me on my visit on Wednesday.


As always the very best of professional care and consideration displayed.

Once again thank you for helping me hear better!

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