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Hidden Hearing has been in the business for over 35 years and has a wide range of hearing aids to offer.
As well as the standard types of hearing aids, such as behind the ear, in the ear and completely in the canal, Hidden Hearing offers protective devices for people who are subjected to loud noises.
You could have a one-size product for occasional use or a custom-made one, using a mould of your ear, for a better sound seal.
There is also protection for people who listen to or work with music.
Hidden Hearing hearing aids also cover half- and full-shell, or concha devices, the latter of which may be suitable for more serious hearing loss.
These hearing aids are more visible but may be necessary depending on the sort of hearing loss you suffer.
Hidden Hearing adheres to the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists and the Practice of the Hearing Aid Council's codes and gives free consultations with no obligation.
You also get free after care for as long as the hearing aid lasts.