Hearing aids that sit inside your ears

These Oticon Opn™ hearing aids hide in your ears and are custom-made to fit you precisely. Even the smallest, invisible* models offer excellent sound quality without compromise, giving you constant access to 360-degree sound.

* Consult your hearing care professional to find the right style for your needs as not all styles might be suitable for your needs and anatomy.

Oticon Opn™ gives you high-quality, 360° sound

With the revolutionary new Oticon Opn in-the-ear hearing aids*, you can clearly hear the sounds all around and be more active in conversations, even in noisy places.** 

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*The effect and availability of features varies with hearing aid style and prescription

** Le Goff and Beck 2017, Oticon Whitepaper

Oticon Opn is a new kind of hearing aid

  • Old technology

    Deals with complex and noisy environments like restaurants by focusing only on the sound in front, such as one person speaking. By reducing all other sounds – speech and noise alike – it leaves the wearer with a narrowed and artificial listening experience.

  • Oticon Opn technology

    Groundbreaking technology that has the power to analyse the whole soundscape and differentiate between speech and noise. By rapidly and precisely reducing noise, it presents you with a natural, 360-degree sound environment where you can switch focus when you choose.

We have a style to suit you

Would you prefer tiny and invisible hearing aids or ones that are very easy to handle? And is connectivity important? Oticon has an in-the-ear hearing aid to meet your needs.

See the different in-the-ear styles

Hear speech more clearly with invisible hearing aids

You can enjoy conversations more with the help of hearing aids that are small enough to hide in your ears.

What's more, they're custom-made to fit your ears comfortably, because your ears are as unique as your fingerprints.

*Consult your hearing care professional to find the right style for your needs as not all styles might be suitable for your needs and anatomy.

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Oticon Opn in-the-ear hearing aids are unique

  • So small they're invisible*

    The invisible Oticon Opn model hides in your ear where people can't see it – yet it's very easy to remove.


    *Consult your hearing care professional to find the right style for your needs as not all styles might be suitable for your needs and anatomy.

  • Natural, 360° sound

    You hear the sounds all around you just like most people can, so you can choose what to focus on, intuitively.

  • Helps your brain to hear

    Hearing loss makes the brain work harder, so Oticon Opn is designed to support the way your brain naturally makes sense of sound.


    Explore BrainHearing™ technology

  • Follow conversations in noisy places

    With Oticon Opn hearing aids, you can understand speech more easily when you're in a noisy environment like a restaurant.*


    * Le Goff and Beck 2017, Oticon Whitepaper

  • Play tinnitus relief sounds

    Tinnitus SoundSupport™ technology gives you customisable sounds such as white noise, which help relieve your symptoms.


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  • Connect to your phone and devices

    You can use most models of Oticon Opn hearing aids to function as a high-quality headset for making hands-free phone calls, listening to stereo music, connecting to TVs, and more.

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"I can hear all the conversations at the same time, and understand all of them. I can’t tell you how phenomenal this is."


Robert, owner of Oticon Opn hearing aids

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Which type of in-the-ear hearing aid is best for you?

Each model offers a different mix of style and functionality.

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    Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC) hearing aids

    Our smallest hearing aids are so tiny they sit inside the ear canal where people can't see them.

    These ‘invisible’ hearing aids sit far enough in the ear canal that people won’t be able to see them. A thin plastic pin remains accessible, which you use to pull the hearing aids out again. Like all Oticon Opn hearing aids, the Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC) style automatically adjusts to different sound environments – which means you don't have to touch them or change their settings during the day.

    IIC hearing aids are for people who have mild to moderately severe hearing loss.

    Not all people have ear canals that are suitable for IIC hearing aids, however, the Oticon Opn IIC is our smallest hearing aid ever, enabling it to fit 8 out of 10 people*.

    Your hearing care professional will be able to advise you further.

    Find your nearest hearing care professional

     

    *Doran and Dudek 2018, Oticon Tech paper

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    Completely-In-the-Canal (CIC) hearing aids

    These very discreet hearing aids sit completely inside the ear canal and are hard to see – though not entirely hidden. They have an optional control button.

    These hearing aids are only slightly visible, and can be well hidden by selecting colours that match your skin or hair tone. Completely-In-the-Canal (CIC) hearing aids can have a button that allows you to change settings for different environments. This makes CIC hearing aids suitable for people who want very discreet hearing aids and also want to be able to manually control them using a button.

    Completely-In-the-Canal hearing aids are for people with mild to moderately severe hearing loss.

    Not everyone has ear canals that are suitable for CIC hearing aids, however, the Oticon Opn CIC fits most people.

    Your hearing care professional can give you more advice.

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    In-The-Canal (ITC) hearing aids

    These sit in the ear canal. A small faceplate is visible in the lower part of the ear. In many cases it also allows wireless connection to smartphones and devices.

    In-the-Canal (ITC) hearing aids can accommodate larger batteries and more advanced technologies such as Bluetooth® low energy technology. This is because they are larger and more visible than the two smaller types shown here: Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC) or Completely-In-the-Canal (CIC) hearing aids.

    With Bluetooth, ITC hearing aids can connect to other devices including smartphones, TVs, computers, music players and remote microphone accessories. You can make hands-free calls using your hearing aids, and listen to stereo audio and music wirelessly.

    The larger faceplate allows you to control them via the programme button or a volume wheel, and makes them easier to handle.

    ITC hearing aids are suitable for you if you have hearing loss in the range from mild to severe and prioritize connectivity.

    See more about connecting with Oticon Opn via Bluetooth®

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    Half Shell (ITE HS) hearing aids

    These in-the-ear hearing instruments fill up more of the visible part of the ear. They are easy to use, fully featured, and offer wireless connectivity.

    This type of hearing aid sits visibly in the ear itself (cocha), rather than just in the ear canal. Because they are larger than the other types of hearing aids that fit inside your ear, they can accommodate longer-lasting batteries and larger controls.

    They are easier to handle for people who face dexterity challenges.

    Half-shell hearing aids are suitable for you if you have hearing loss from mild to severe, and prefer to have fully featured hearing devices that are easier to operate.

    They are also known as low profile hearing aids.

    Your hearing care professional can give you more advice.

    Find your nearest hearing care professional

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    Full Shell
    (ITE FS)
    hearing aids

    For people who prioritise an instrument that is extra easy to handle, control, and adjust. These in-the-ear hearing aids are fully featured and offer wireless connectivity.

    This type of hearing aid fills out most of the visible part of the ear itself (cocha), rather than just the ear canal. Because they are larger than the other types of hearing aids that fit inside your ear, they can accommodate longer-lasting batteries and larger controls.

    They are easier to handle for people who face dexterity challenges.

    Full-shell hearing aids are suitable for you if you have hearing loss from mild to severe, and prefer to have fully featured hearing devices that are easier to operate.

    They are also known as low profile hearing aids.

    Your hearing care professional can give you more advice.

    Find your nearest hearing care professional

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How to get started?

Get your overview of hearing loss treatment here

Our simple guide helps you understand how to get your hearing tested and everything else that happens when you visit a hearing care professional.

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Find the nearest hearing care centre

When you meet your local hearing care professional, you can ask any questions you have about hearing aids.

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