After we evaluate your hearing and understand your hearing loss, we will sit down with you to talk about your options. We need you to be open and honest with us during this conversation so that we have all the information we need to make good suggestions. We’ll consider:
Your hearing loss: Every individual’s hearing loss is unique. After we give you a thorough hearing evaluation, we’ll know more about your hearing loss and what you need out of a hearing aid. More severe hearing loss will mean a different selection of hearing aid styles than if you have a mild hearing loss.
Your lifestyle: How do you spend most of your time? What listening environments are you usually in? Do you like to go to restaurants or parties with lots of background noise, or do you tend to stay at home? These will all factor into what hearing aid will suit you.
Your preferences: Do you strongly prefer the look of hearing aids that go behind your ears or inside them? Which do you feel is more comfortable? If you’re not sure, we can let you try hearing aids on.
Your budget: Hearing aids are available at almost any price point. We’ll need to know what your expected budget is so we can make appropriate recommendations.
We offer hearing aids from Oticon, Resound, Rexton, Signia, Sonic, Starkey, Unitron, Widex and Phonak.