in-the-ear hearing aid

in-the-ear hearing aid

hearing aid that fits into the shell of the ear.

in-the-ear hear·ing aid

(ēr hēr'ing ād)
A device to improve hearing that fits into the shell of the ear.
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The four in-the-ear hearing aid styles (full-shell, half-shell, canal, completely in-the-canal) were fitted with similar frequencies across the four group combinations.
The price for the basic Kirkland Signature in-the-ear hearing aids start at $500 and go up to $1,500.