Advantages of invisible hearing aid · Usually discreet to the point of being invisible

· Good sound quality because of how close they sit to the ear drum

· Less likely to pick up wind noise

· Handy for people who need to put things on their ears or head, like healthcare workers who use stethoscopes or people who wear phone headsets or helmets/protective gear

Disadvantages of invisible hearing aid · Won't amplify sound enough for people with severe or profound hearing loss

Can't be used on kids due to their changing ear size as they grow

In some cases, you may feel "plugged up"

· Batteries need frequent replacing

· Fewer customizable features and connectivity setting

· Harder to insert and remove, especially if you have dexterity or vision problem

· Can be damaged by earwax or moisture