Adult Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are used to improve the hearing of individuals that have hearing loss resulting from damage to the small sensory cells in the inner ear, sensorineural hearing loss. A hearing aid magnifies sound vibrations entering the ear. Surviving hair cells detect vibrations and convert them into neural signals that are passed along to the brain. The greater the damage to a person’s hair cells, the more severe the hearing loss, and the greater the hearing aid amplification needed to make up the difference.

There are practical limitations in the amount of amplification a hearing aid can provide, for some people hearing aids may be insufficient. In these instances, they may be a candidate for a cochlear implant.

The NHS provides lots of different types of hearing aids. All hearing aids have the same inherent features and the same three basic parts: a microphone, amplifier and speaker. The right hearing aid for an individual will depend on their hearing loss, their ear’s anatomy and their lifestyle. Of equal importance, is the way that the hearing aid is set up and programmed; your Audiologist’s knowledge is invaluable.

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Nathos Nova

Based on leading hearing aid technology, Phonak Nathos Nova embodies a combination of key features that collectively function to keep your patients connected, communicating and in charge of their hearing.

Nathos Auto

The latest adult hearing aid available on the NHS, Nathos Auto uses AutoSense OS, the intelligent brain of the hearing aid, to automatically change programmes.

Nathos S+

Nathos S+ M - Glacier Ice Grey

An outstanding hearing aid for listening even in the quietest environments, Nathos S+ uses Zoom technology.

Naida B

When dedicated power hearing technology brings you closer, life is on

Naida V

Another hearing aid which offers AutoSense OS, Naida V is for patients with a Severe to Profound hearing loss.


A hearing aid for individuals who suffer from hearing loss in one ear, CROS II transmits audio signals from your ‘bad’ ear to your ‘good’ ear.

Naida Link

An integrated hearing solution designed to work with the AB Naida Cochlear Implant.

Naida Link CROS

A solution for unilateral cochlear implant patients to hear confidently in all situations.