Hearing Aids

Hearing Aids

So you know you need a hearing aid, but have no idea where to begin? Here at Johnson Audiology we are proud to offer a wide variety of the latest digital hearing aids like zoom hearing aids, lyric hearing aids, and bluetooth hearing aids. No need to worry about a limited selection to choose from either. We provide various types of hearing aid manufactures here, too . If you are accustomed to a more demanding lifestyle we understand your need for sophisticated technology to help streamline your hearing without all the fuss. The latest digital devices such as, in the canal hearing aids, iic hearing aids, invisible hearing aids, or in ear hearing aids may be a perfect fit for you. They require no volume controls, automatic adjustment to background noise levels, and are sleek and stylish! We even offer tinnitus therapy and help provide you with batteries for hearing aids if yours requires them. Our goal is to find the best solution for your hearing healthcare needs, all within your budget. Part of our service also includes a 30 day adjustment period for all hearing aids to make sure your device works and feels great.
We enjoy working with you. Our audiologists are experienced and will provide recommendations, but the choice is up to you. What style, features, price work best with your lifestyle? That is what we aim to solve as we select your hearing aid device. For a more comprehensive look at our hearing aids, along with styles and models, take a look below.



Extended Wear Hearing Aids/Lyric
  • Placed (by a hearing professional) in the ear canal about 4mm from the ear drum.
  • Insertion depth allows the device to be completely invisible.
  • Due to the closeness to the ear drum, feedback is reduced and sound directionality is improved.
  • The device is worn for 2-4 months 24/7.
  • Especially appealing to people that have dexterity issues or active lifestyles.
  • Best fit on patients with mild to moderately-severe hearing loss.
Invisible In-the-Canal (IIC)
  • Custom made to the shape of the patient’s ear canal.
  • Tiny and deep fit that they do not get in the way of phones or glasses.
  • Minimally affected by wind noise.
  • Uses smaller batteries
  • Size does not allow directional microphones, volume control, or Bluetooth capabilities.
Completely In-the-Canal (CIC)
  • Small and are worn deep in the ear canal.
  • Barely visible, depends on the size and shape of the individuals ear.
  • Uses smaller batteries.
  • Size does not allow directional microphones, volume control, or Bluetooth capabilities.
In-the-Canal (ITC)/Half-Shell
  • Inconspicuous, fitting the bottom half of the ear.
  • Great for patients with dexterity issues because they are one piece.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth technology
In-the-Ear (ITE)/Full-Shell
  • Great for patients with dexterity issues because they are one piece.
  • Utilize a larger battery for easier handling.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth technology.


Receiver In-The-Canal (RIC/OPEN-FIT)
  • Comfortable because they are fit without an earmold, utilizing, instead, a soft silicone dome to help position the microphone directly in the patient’s ear.
  • Open-fit allows better sound quality and hearing without the feeling of occlusion.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth technology.
Behind-The-Ear (BTE)
  • Suitable for a wide range of users, from mild to profound hearing loss.
  • Durable because the electronics are housed outside the ear, away from moisture and earwax.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth technology.


When you hear digital in reference to hearing aids, think computer capabilities in your ear. Yes, this means your device is 100% digital and is capable of picking up sounds at a remarkably fast speed. Most digital hearing aids have some analog components, such as the microphone and the receiver. What does this mean? 100% digital hearing aids transform analog information into a digital signal and process the sound to maximize the speech information you want to hear, while minimizing the amplification of sounds you want to avoid hearing.

With incredible developments in digital technology, audiologists are now able to control and manage sound quality within your hearing aid. This means your doctor can tailor or customize the sound of your hearing aids to what you need and want to hear. If you are looking for a highly customized and efficient hearing aid solution, a 100% digital hearing aid may just be the best option.


Lyric Hearing Aids Testimonial
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"I don't even know they're there except they work."
Lyric Hearing Aids Testimonial
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"Now that I have the Lyric hearing aids, I don't have to ask people, 'Excuse me, could you repeat that?'"
Hearing Aids Testimonial
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"They are the greatest things I've got."
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