The staff at Audio Help Hearing Centers is committed to matching your hearing aid needs with your budget. We want to ensure you have access to high-quality hearing technology that comes at a reasonable cost to you. We offer different hearing aid financing options, so you can rest assured you’ll find devices within your price range.
Paying for Your Hearing Aids
There are many ways for you to finance the cost of your hearing aids. You have the option to pay out of pocket for your hearing aids. It’s important to understand that the cost will reflect the quality of the asset as a three-to-five-year investment.
Some insurance companies provide hearing aid benefits that may reduce your out-of-pocket cost when purchasing your devices. We will be happy to work with you to determine if your insurance coverage extends to assisting with purchasing hearing aids.
Some manufacturers have financing programs that allow you to pay for your devices over several years by deducting a monthly amount from your bank account. That type of financing is typically available to the majority of the patients who apply. Financiers require a credit history check before approving your payment plan to ensure the total cost will be repaid during the contract term.
How to Save Money When Purchasing Hearing Aids
Today’s hearing aids are sophisticated electronic devices, like computers and smartphones. Quality hearing aids are expensive and very different from the hearing devices you might purchase online or at a retail store for a few hundred dollars.
Most inexpensive hearing aids only amplify the volume of all sounds and don’t have the sophisticated programming to filter unwanted background noise. While those devices may help some people, most patients require more than sound enhancement. The more refined hearing technology reflects the higher cost because you purchase much more than an amplifier.
You can order basic model hearing aids without all the top-of-the-line features. Most hearing aid brands offer various models. The more expensive options usually have more features, thus a higher price. It’s important to talk to your audiologist after your hearing exam to determine which hearing aid features you need to decide how much you wish to pay for your hearing devices.
We will work with you to provide the best hearing solution to fit your budget. You can freely share your opinions and needs with our audiologists, and we will do everything we can to accommodate your preferences. Contact us online or call 888-832-9966 to learn about the insurances we accept and schedule a consultation.