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Cost of Hearing Aids

Are hearing aids expensive?

They are not as expensive as they used to be, but they are not inexpensive. Altough we offer basic models that are affordable and payment starts at $50/month. Some insurance plans cover basic models (dictated by them).  Medicare unfortunately does not cover anything. 

We notice many of our patients need help paying for their hearing aids and we observed that under the traditional hearing aid fit model, where we used to charge for a 3 year service pack, those patients were  overpaying for services they did not need or use. We are now proud to be fully unbundled. This makes hearing aids much more affordable than they use to be. In addition, We offer "same as cash/no interest" payment plans and long term payment plans. We also work with government agencies and charities. Just let us know if you need help.

What does unbundle means?
What that means is that instead of you paying upfront for unnecessary visits, you pay as you go. You select what services you would like and what services are not necessary to you. This reduces the cost of hearing aids upfront, and makes hearing aids more affordable. We pride ourselves  for  pricing transparency in anything we do, and you only pay for services that you actually use. 


Hearing Aid Technology Levels and Prices

Premium Technology $4000/pair - $4300/pair (rechargeable batteries)

Mid Level Technology $3000/pair - $3300/pair (rechargeable batteries)

Entry Level Technology $1000/pair - $2500/pair (rechargeable batteries)


There are cheaper hearing aids out there, that I don't recommend. You are however welcomed to bring your own hearing aids. Please beware of 

Communication Needs and Hearing Aid evaluation– $250
This appointment lasts approximately 1 hour, sometimes a bit longer depending on patient needs. Prior to your visit you will give us details on you hearing difficulties, lifestyle, and desired technology. Different testing will be completed and even a demonstration of the device offered. We'll recommend the best technology for you.

New Prescription Hearing Aid Dispensing/Programming/Orientation– $750 - includes evaluation. 

We'll program your hearing aids to your best prescription. You'll leave this appointment knowing how to adjust the hearing aids, clean, insert it, maintain it. Up to two follow up appointments are included in this charge, one 1-2 weeks after fitting and the other at 3 or 4 weeks after the fitting. 


Hearing Aid Check– $150

Your hearing aids will be inspected, tested, cleaned, parts replaced (if under warranty). Current patients receive a 50% discount on this visit if you are still under warranty. 


Minor or Major Hearing Aid Programming for current patients– $75
Whether your manufacturer erased the programming in your device, or you are just not happy with the way they sound. If you need your devices adjusted, just call us to schedule this.

Earmold Impression – $25/ear
Using silicone or a 3D scan we'll mold your ear canal and send to a manufacturer to produce a customize ear piece for you.


Earmold– $75-110/ear
Most earmolds cost around $75/ear. Some manufacturers charge a little bit more. 

6 battery pack– $3 (about $0.50/batteries)
Sizes: 10 (yellow), 312 (brown), 13 (orange), 675 (blue). 


60 batteries pack– $30