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Today you have your choice of almost invisible, comfortable and high fidelity hearing aids. There are literally hundreds of hearing aid types and styles on the market. With the right hearing aids, your life could be transformed. With the wrong ones, your hearing could get worse.

Your audiologist can help you choose hearing aids that are right for your hearing needs. Your hearing expert can fit, adjust and program your hearing aids so you get the best hearing possible.

Discover the discreet and powerful digital or wireless hearing aid that will work for you.

Call to schedule a visit to get your hearing tested and talk about which hearing solution is right for you.



Hearing Evaluation

At the time of your hearing evaluation, we will take a case history to determine the type of hearing problem that you have. 

Based on the results of the hearing test and our highly trained hearing experts may recommend hearing aids.

There are literally thousands of hearing aids from which to choose. Our highly trained staff will use the information that in your case history and in the audiological evaluation to help narrow those choices for you.











Hearing Aid Fitting

During the hearing aid fitting, we program the device to meet your specific needs. We’ll give you instructions on how to put the hearing aids in your ears and remove them, how to change batteries and how to care for and clean the devices. We’ll also review with you the function of your hearing aids as it relates to your lifestyle, and how to get the most benefit from wearing your hearing aids. 


Digital Hearing Aids: 21st Century Solutions

If you plan to only use your hearing aids at home, the more basic units may suffice. On the other hand, if you want to enhance your hearing at home or across a wide variety of listening environments, then you’ll want a more full-featured advanced digital hearing aid.

Of course the more you use your hearing aids, the more they will help you, the more you’ll be engaged with your friends and family and the more you’ll get out of life.

How Much Should You Pay for Hearing Aids?

How much you should spend to enhance your hearing with hearing aids or assistive listening devices depends on many factors.



The Price and Value of Hearing Aids

Cost and value are two different things. Take out a piece of paper and make a list of how many times each day and each week you could benefit from using hearing aids. What are situations where hearing more clearly would help you enjoy life more? Look at your list and  calculate what it would be worth to you, per day, to be an active part of the conversation. That’s the value to you of wearing hearing aids.

What Determines the Cost of Hearing Aids?

Cost is determined by features and function. The more features you want and the higher level of performance you’d like, the more you’ll pay.

Like any other technology, your hearing aid price depends on which features you choose and, more importantly, what your hearing healthcare professional recommends for you. The more features you receive, the more the hearing aids will cost.

For example, if you live a very active lifestyle, we may recommend dual microphones to help you hear better in noisy environments. Our patients are typically very satisfied with this feature.

Always Questions to Ask Before You Buy

Before you buy a hearing aid, ask us these important questions:

  • What features would be most useful to me?

  • What is the total cost of the hearing aid?

  • Do the benefits of newer technologies outweigh the higher costs?

  • Is there a trial period to test the hearing aids? (Most manufacturers allow a 30-to 60-day trial period during which aids can be returned for a refund.)

  • What fees are nonrefundable if the aids are returned after the trial period?

  • How long is the warranty?

  • Can it be extended?

  • Does the warranty cover future maintenance and repairs?

  • What service do they provide after the sale?
    Can the audiologist make adjustments and provide servicing and minor repairs?

  • Will loaner aids be provided when repairs are needed?

  • What instruction does the audiologist provide?

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