Blue Tooth Compatible Hearing Aids

Hearing aids use small microphones to collect sounds and a computer chip converts the incoming sound, analyzes it and adjusts the sound based on your hearing loss. Then you hear the audio signals through the miniature speakers in your ears. 

Which hearing aid is right for you? It depends on the severity of your hearing loss, where you want to hear better, how active you want to be and which technology you are comfortable with. There are many, many different hearing aids to choose from. Dr. Scarrow will use the information that was provided in the case history and in the audiological evaluation to help narrow those choices for you.

How much do hearing aids cost? How much should you spend to enhance your hearing with your hearing aids depends on many factors. If you live alone, rarely talk on the phone, never listen to the radio or watch tv or rarely venture out, then your hearing aid use will probably be low and doesn't make  sense to opt for "top shelf" hearing aids. On the other hand, even if you live by yourself, but you're constantly watching tv, talking on the phone and socializing with friends and family, your use is going to be high. In fact, you will probably wear your hearing aids for 12-16 hours a day. In this case of high use, paying a bit more is going to be a good investment.

All hearing aids come with an adjustment or trial period, typically 30 days from the date of purchase. During this adjustment period, you are welcome to visit our office for any necessary fitting issues. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the hearing aids you buy, you can return them for a refund minus a small fitting/restocking fee.

Please visit the "Tips When Purchasing Hearing Aids" page for more information!