We've been helping people hear better for over 30 years and we know how expensive better hearing can be. A new pair of hearing aids can cost thousands of dollars! But hearing aids don't HAVE to cost that much. To save you money, we provide hearing aids to you directly.
With no middleman and no brick-and-mortar store, we cut costs and YOU enjoy incredible savings!
And we do more than just provide you with hearing aids. We help you enjoy your new hearing aids to the fullest with ongoing support!
We encourage you to call our knowledgeable staff with questions about your hearing aids or hearing care as you wear and adjust to your new devices. We are here to help you succeed with your hearing aids!
Watch the video below to learn a little bit more about how we can help you! And if you have any questions, contact us!
Do Hearing Aids Really Work?
Hearing aids have been shown to improve health and happiness in people with hearing loss. Your hearing is important in your everyday life. Whether you're dining out at your favorite restaurant with friends or in a meeting at work, communication is key in building and maintaining relationships.
Since 1996 we have been offering an alternative to high-priced hearing aids so you can hear the people who are most important to you and save hundreds of dollars!
Our goal is to exceed your expectations in service at a price that pleasantly surprises you.
We offer conscientious, affordable service for the hearing impaired. We not only sell and service fine products but also wear them. We are happy to talk with you via phone or email to help you hear better. Want to talk with someone that has hearing loss and has tried all kinds of hearing aids? What better way to get informed about what the hearing aid industry can do for you? Call us or email email@example.com.
If this is your first time buying a hearing aid, we suggest that you first get an examination by a medical doctor (preferably an ear specialist) to specifically check for any of the following conditions:
- Visible congenital or traumatic deformity of the ear
- History of active drainage from the ear within the last 90 days
- History of sudden or rapidly progressive hearing loss within the last 90 days
- Acute or chronic dizziness
- Unilateral hearing loss of sudden or recent onset within the last 90 days
- Audiometric air-bone gap equal to or greater than 15 decibels at 500(hz), 1000(hz) and 2000(hz)
- Visible evidence of earwax (cerumen) or foreign body in the ear canal
- Pain or discomfort in the ear
If you do not want a medical examination, the Federal law allows a fully-informed adult to sign a waiver statement declining the medical evaluation. Sign the waiver on the order form.