If you are diagnosed with a hearing loss, our provider will determine the best course of treatment. If hearing devices are a solution for your loss, your provider will take a number of factors into account to choose the right hearing aid to suit you.
Important factors include:
Technology features like the ability to connect to your smartphone. If you live a highly tech-connected life, new technology might be the easiest choice to incorporate into your lifestyle.
Your budget. But don’t sacrifice substance for savings. Though pricing for hearing aids at big chain stores is generally less than a doctor’s office, they have a limited selection, may stock hearing aids that are a few years behind in technology, and don’t offer the same broad scope of service and support found in the office of a hearing health professional.
Lifestyle needs. Whether it’s swimming, jogging or hiking, you should be able to depend on your hearing aids. Today’s hearing aids have a lot of features you may want and some you don’t. Before you buy, make a list of “must have” features for your hearing aids.