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The cost of hearing aids varies depending on the type of hearing aids and features needed for the listening environments that are important to you. Connect Hearing offers a range of quality hearing aids within five price points, providing budget and lifestyle options.

What factors affect the cost?

It is worth comparing hearing aids, as prices vary significantly between the basic and premium models.
There are inexpensive entry-level models, for example. These provide basic good hearing and make it possible to enjoy and appreciate conversations in small groups once more. Even the basic models offer a wide variety of functions, still at a very reasonable price. However, if you prefer a wider range of features, and appreciate high-fidelity sound, you might be better off with a slightly more expensive hearing aid. It is worth bearing in mind that premium hearing aids offer special additional functions. The type of device is also a crucial factor: In most cases, in-the-ear hearing aids are more expensive than behind-the-ear hearing aids. You can find more information about the differences between behind-the-ear and in-the-ear models here.
The price of an individual hearing aid is thus influenced by various factors. These include:
  • Technical features
  • Functions
  • Type
  • Size of hearing aid
Ultimately, however, it is your individual needs and hearing ability that determine which type of device is best for you. An audiologist can help you choose the right model and to try it out.

Do I need a hearing aid for both ears?

Generally speaking, if you have hearing loss in both ears, it is advisable to use a hearing aid in both. This is because with two functioning ears, the brain is able to distinguish the tiniest differences in sound, making it possible to attribute sounds precisely to your environment. An appropriate hearing aid should therefore be used in each ear in order to ensure problem-free hearing.
Just how expensive your hearing aid will be can ultimately only be determined on a case-by-case basis. The price depends on a range of factors, including the personal needs of the individual, and even on the contribution paid by the health insurance company. This makes it impossible to provide an “all-in” price. If you would like more information and a no-obligation cost estimate, you can ask for an appointment with one of our audiologists.

 

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