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How Much Are Hearing Aids? | A North Carolina-Based Hearing Expert Answers

by | Jul 28, 2023 | Hearing Aids, Patient Resources | 0 comments

If you’ve come to realize that you might need a little help from hearing aids, one of the first things you’re going to ask is “How much are they?” 

That’s a sensible question. Finding an easy answer is complicated, something you already know if you’ve been doing some research. 

So, why is it hard to find a clear answer?  

A hearing care clinic that offers custom hearing care likes to keep the door open to all the options available to you. That means the best we can do as far as letting you know the price is to provide you with a range of $2,500 to $7,000, depending on the various options you choose.  

This article will explore why most hearing care providers don’t typically provide a straightforward answer when asked about the price of hearing aids.  

Your Personal Preferences

What would be your answer if I asked you how much a new car costs? 

You could give me a price range based on the make and model I’m asking about, but not a specific price, because a car or truck with standard features has a significantly different price than the platinum package, which comes with additional custom features designed to meet your unique personal preferences. 

It’s the same with hearing aids. There is a broad range of manufacturers, models, and styles to choose from. They come in a variety of colors and different levels of performance and they accommodate different types of technology.  

Where a “standard feature” hearing aid will provide basic levels of sound processing and amplification, more advanced-model hearing aids will include other features designed to fine-tune your hearing aid experience so that it fits your lifestyle and your personal preferences.  

Just like when buying a car, if you ask how much hearing aids cost, a hearing care provider is probably going to respond with

“It depends on what you want.” 

Comparing Hearing Aids to Hearing Care

The price tag on a hearing aid is related to the amount of money it takes to produce it and the amount you’re willing to pay for the features of the hearing aid. The value of your investment in your hearing aids includes the advantages and benefits you will get from it. 

A hearing aid is one tool among many used by audiologists to help you reach your goal of better hearing. It provides some value on its own, but hearing care is concerned with making sure that you have the right hearing aids to address your specific needs while ensuring that they perform in a way that provides you with the most benefit. 

Hearing aids have the potential to help you achieve better hearing, as well as an independent lifestyle and an improved quality of life, if they target your unique hearing needs, accommodate your lifestyle, and address your personal preferences. 

When you partner with the right hearing care provider, you’ll get the right hearing aids and you’ll get long-term personal and technical support to continue to hear your best for years to come. 

That’s where the value of hearing care exceeds the cost of a hearing aid. 

Watch Out for Online Hearing Aid Prices

You’ll pull thousands of hearing aids if you do a search on the internet. You’ll probably find one or a pair that are a perfect fit for your budget.  

However, is the future of your hearing and overall health something that should be had at the lowest possible price? 

Does the ability to communicate better, improve your relationships, reinvigorate your social life, reduce your risk of cognitive decline, and feel steady on your feet have a bargain price? 

Improving your hearing and overall health and enhancing your quality of life shouldn’t be a matter of saving $50, $100, or even $500 on a pair of hearing aids that don’t provide the benefits you’re looking for. 

Personalized hearing care reaches well beyond the cost of a hearing aid, ensuring that you’re satisfied with your investment into a better hearing future. 

How Aim Hearing Can Help

For more than 12 years Aim Hearing has helped thousands of individuals in North Carolina improve their lives through better hearing.

You’re not just another potential hearing aid customer; we’re concerned about making sure that you hear better and enjoy an active and independent lifestyle for as long as possible.  Helping you reach your better hearing goals is best accomplished by partnering with a great team of hearing care professionals who have your best interests at heart.

We provide the support you need through your highs and lows while offering our knowledge and experience as doctors of audiology.  

Click here for your tailor-made treatment plan

Find Out More About Hearing Care

When it comes to investing in your future, how much your hearing aids cost should be secondary to the value of personalized hearing care that helps you achieve your personal hearing objectives. 

We’re here to meet your needs, not sell you a pair of hearing aids.  

So, if our personalized, full-service hearing care sounds like the right answer for you, give us a call at (336) 295-1064. 


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Dr. Shannon Frymark Au.D., CCC-A

Shannon Frymark, Au.D., CCC-A, audiologist, was raised in Greensboro, NC. She received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders and Master of Arts degree in Audiology from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. She was awarded her doctorate in Audiology from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry: School of Audiology. While in undergraduate and graduate school, she worked at the Central School for the Deaf as a residential counselor. Dr. Frymark spent the first five years of her audiology career with Florida Hospital in central Florida.

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