Before you begin a trial period with hearing aids, it's important to have realistic expectations for how the devices can address your hearing loss. Avoid frustration and discouragement by understanding the level of benefit hearing instruments can and cannot provide.
The goal of our audiology practice is to reconnect those with hearing loss to the family, friends, and hobbies they value most. While the national average rate of return for hearing aids is close to 20%, our return rate is less than 2%. We strive to assess each patient's hearing loss, budget, and lifestyle and recommend hearing instruments that will provide lasting benefit when programmed appropriately.
We advise each patient to evaluate seven considerations before purchasing hearing instruments. Click here to read these seven considerations.