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Why you should feel relieved when you purchase
hearing aids from our clinic
Once you have been seen by an Audiologist, and tested for hearing loss your doctor may decide that you may benefit from hearing aids. There are numerous hearing aid styles, types, and manufacturers available! While this may seem overwhelming, our Doctor of Audiology provides the most appropriate hearing aid recommendation for you.
Hearing aids: How to choose the right one
Many types of hearing aids exist.
So which is best for you?
What to consider when choosing a hearing aid.
Perhaps you've thought about getting a hearing aid,
but you're worried about how it will look or whether it
will really help. We will ease your concerns by educating
you on the most appropriate options, but in the meantime
you may want to know more about:
The hearing aid options available to you
How to get used to it
Realistic expectations → Hearing aids can't restore normal hearing, but they can
improve your hearing by amplifying soft sounds, helping you hear sounds that you've had trouble hearing.
How hearing aids work
Small microphones on the hearing aid collect sounds from the environment. A computer chip with an amplifier converts the incoming sound into digital code. It analyzes and adjusts the sound based on your hearing loss, listening needs and the level of the sounds around you. The amplified signals are then converted back into louder sound waves and delivered to your ears through small speakers.
Hearing aid styles
Hearing aids vary a great deal in size, special features and the
way they're placed in your ear.
We have a licensed Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) and a Board- Certified Ear, Nose and Throat physician (M.D.) in the same office location.
We treat our patients as we would treat members of our family. Our patients receive the utmost care and attention, as we only want what’s best for you, your health, and your quality of life.
Your input is used to determine a hearing device that suits your lifestyle.
No high-pressure sales. You will be provided with information to make the best decision for your hearing, lifestyle and budget.
Included for length of warranty.
3-year warranty with loss & damage replacement included in purchase price.
New vs. Used Hearing Aids
We believe our patients deserve only new, never worn, devices because hearing aids are medical devices. We only offer the most-current, up-to-date technology on the market.
We offer all manufacturers/brands and style of hearing aids.
Ability to have hearing aid serviced in other locations?
Yes, all hearing aids are “unlocked” and can be programmed and services by other Audiologists. This includes in-warranty repairs.
Yes. In-office demos are always free. Hearing aid purchases come with a 60-day return period. Research shows the brain takes at least 30 days to adjust to hearing aids....why settle for less?
Yes, patients can utilize hearing aid benefits from numerous insurance plans.
Hearing Aid Dispensers
Hearing instrument specialists and dispensers must:
- Obtain high school diploma
- Pass a written exam
Sales quotas drive practice model- this results in a high-pressure, non-patient centered environment.
May or may not be included in cost of hearing aids.
New vs. Used Hearing Aids
Dispensers will often refurbish old or returned hearing aids and re-sell them to you. Products may be several generations old without your knowledge.
Limited to only one "in-house" brand. Products are often privately-labeled making it impossible for you to compare pricing.
30 day trial period, often with very high restocking fees.