The price you pay for a hearing aid can range from $495 to over $3000 per aid. While this is an extremely wide range, it is important to understand that there are significant differences between the hearing aids at the various price levels. As consumers, we all want to get the best products and services at a price we can afford.
How is a more expensive hearing aid different than a less expensive one?
The price you pay is a reflection of the hearing aid’s sound quality and performance. As a rule, the more you pay, the better the product will work in more challenging listening environments, such as in groups, churches or halls, and other loud places where there is background noise.
The price has nothing to do with the appearance of the hearing aid. You can purchase most styles of hearing aids in any price range. Also, the price is not associated with how powerful a hearing aid is and has very little to do with the brand.
At Davidson’s, we help our clients select hearing aids that offer good performance at a reasonable cost.