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Hearing Aids

Buying your first set of hearing aids can be a bit intimidating. Hearing aids come in many different designs and have an amazing range of features to choose from. Our goal is to evaluate your hearing requirements and provide you with options that will best fit your hearing needs and lifestyle.

Continuous Care Guarantee

After hearing about how some companies will make their clients wait weeks without hearing aids while their hearing aids are sent for repair, we created our Continuous Care Guarantee.

You will never have to go without hearing well again. We guarantee to provide continuous hearing health care through and beyond the warranty of your hearing aids and hearing assistive devices.

  • Adjustments are free for as long as you own your hearing aids.
  • Temporary replacement hearing aids are available should yours need repairs.
  • In emergency case, walk in anytime and we will fit you in.

Cost of Hearing Aids

Prices start in the $2000 range for a modern digital hearing aid that we consider having good quality sound and features that will provide good value for the dollar. You can pay less, but you will be unhappy the sound quality. Remember, you will be typically be wearing your hearing aids for more than 12 more hours a day.

The quality of your hearing aid is much more important than you may think. After all, you will be listening to them all day long for years.

Why Do Hearing Aids Cost So Much?

When it comes to the cost of hearing aids, the first thing to consider is the fact that hearing aid is a medical device and not a simple amplifier. There’s a lot technology that goes into that small package. Features such as noise reduction, feedback reduction, Bluetooth, and now even artificial intelligence are becoming standard. The second fact to consider is that you will wear them for an average of 5 years, 12 plus hours a day, in all types of weather. You will get your money worth from a premium set of hearing aids. We guarantee it!

What Type of Hearing Aids Are Right for Me?

While the most common type of hearing aid is the receiver in the canal (RIC) hearing aid, some prefer to have in the ear (ITE) hearing aids that are completely out of sight. There are many factors that determine the hearing aids best suited for an individual’s hearing loss.

  • Type of hearing loss
  • The degree of hearing loss
  • Ear canal size for hearing aids inside the ear canal
  • Desired features: Bluetooth, smartphone compatible, even activity tracking hearing aids

Ultimately it is the combination of all these factors that will influence the options available to you.