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Hearing Aid Prices

Wednesday, March 20 , 2013

Hearing aid prices seem to be a popular topic of discussion these days.  Our price for a hearing aid can vary from $450.00 to $4000.00 assuming government funding is available.  Click here to see our best-in-class lists of hearing aids.  Click here to see our latest hearing aid promotions for substantial savings.

While hearing aids vary greatly in cost, it is only fair to discuss the details in what makes the cost of hearing aids what it is.

Hearing Aid Prices

The process of getting hearing aids requires a recent hearing assessment as well as a hearing aid evaluation from a qualified hearing care professional (Hearing Instrument Specialist or Audiologist).  This process narrows the multitude of hearing aid configurations and options available to pick from while taking your individual needs and budget into account.  There are usually several options available for each person to select from.  Hearing Aid Source is proud to offer the highest degree of choice and transparency when offering quotes for hearing aids.  Read more about our quoting process here...

There are different levels of technology in hearing aids, and with those different levels come different features and options.  With each level of technology, there are different features and options that are included to serve different listening needs and purpose. The best hearing aids for you are hearing aids that will serve your unique hearing loss and listening needs and, last but not least, meet your budget.  Read more about our Best Fit, Best Value, Best Price™ hearing aids...

In the province of Ontario, the price of hearing aids is regulated through the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care under the auspices of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP).  Hearing aids are partially funded through the ADP at a coverage rate of 75% up to a maximum of $500.00 per ear, once every three years per calendar date.  Patients will need to be qualified for this funding by either a Hearing Instrument Specialist or an Audiologist who is registered and authorized as a vendor through ADP.

Basic customary charges when purchasing hearing aids include; cost of the hearing aids, dispensing fees for each ear, ear impression fees, and courier charges to and from the manufacturer.  Additional fees may include; batteries, in-office service plans and various other accessories like remote controls and bluetooth accessories.  We always offer unbundled pricing, so you can see exactly what you're paying for, and offer multiple service plan options to meet every need and budget.

While Hearing Aid Source does not claim to be the cheapest priced hearing aid clinic, we pride ourselves in high patient satisfaction with high quality hearing aids and delivering excellence in services.

Call (416)463-4327 or click here to book an appointment for a complimentary hearing assessment to see if you would benefit from amplification.

We look forward to delighting you.

 

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