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To clarify, "in the ear" (ITE) typically describes any "custom" hearing aid in which an ear-mold impression is taken and the entire hearing aid is encapsulated inside of it. Basically, anything that is not a "Behind the Ear" (BTE) hearing aid. That being said, there are many ITE hearing aids that can reach a profound high frequency loss, but I'm assuming you're probably referring to a small invisible or near invisible device. The "invisible" ITE, usually known as an Invisible in Canal (IIC) hearing aid, is most likely out of the question. All of... Read more