Wondering what type of amplification is best for your hearing loss? We have the right solution for you, whether you have mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss.

Personal Sound Amplification Products

Amplification system for mild hearing loss

Hearing Aids & Systems

Hearing aid technology for moderate hearing loss

Implantable Devices

Implantable hearing technology for severe hearing loss

Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPs)




  • Provide limited audible improvement in quiet

  • Increase speech understanding in quiet and non-challenging listening situations

  • Limited improvement in noise


There are hundreds of PSAPs currently on the market, ranging in quality and price. For those considering this amplification option, our audiologists recommend the following devices:



  • Bose® Hearphones™

  • IQBuds™

  • The BEAN®

Amplification system for mild hearing loss

Hearing aid technology for moderate hearing loss

Hearing Aids & Systems




  • Improve ability and comfort in noise and complex listening situations

  • Improve speech understanding in noise

  • Completely customizable

  • Connect with smartphones and other Bluetooth® enabled devices

  • Stream music and TV audio

Hearing Aid Manufacturers


Hearing aids are designed for all types of hearing loss, lifestyles and budgets. We work with the following manufacturers to provide you with a custom, first-rate solution for your hearing loss.

Specific product offerings may differ by location. Our Audiologists will make the best recommendation to fit your individual hearing loss. Please inquire for a hearing evaluation.

Implantable Devices




  • Direct stimulation of the inner ear

  • Optimizes speech understanding in quiet and noise


Implantable devices work differently than a hearing aid. They are designed for those with profound hearing loss who cannot be helped with a traditional aid. The two most popular devices are:



  • Bone Anchored Hearing Aids

  • Cochlear Implants

Implantable hearing technology for severe hearing loss

Determining the right device for you starts with a hearing test. Once your type and degree of hearing loss has been confirmed, you and your audiologist can work together to figure out the best treatment plan. Still not sure? Come in to try a device out for yourself.

Contact Central Florida Hearing Services for more information or to schedule an appointment.