How Do I Choose Whats Right for Me?
 
There are several types of hearing aids. Each type offers different advantages, depending on its design, levels of amplification, processing abilities, and size. A HEAR Mobile professional will discuss all your considerations to be sure to make the most precise fit possible.
What do Hearing Aids and Devices Cost?
 
We offer a wide selection of models and styles to meet your individual needs. High fidelity hearing aids can range in price from $1,000 - $3,100 per hearing aid depending on a person’s hearing loss, brain processing abilities, lifestyle needs, device’s level of technology and or style.
 
Essential                Standard                Advanced                Premium
$1050-$1495       $1475-$1995        $2050-$2465          $2750-$3095
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Watch-Out For Discount Misleaders!
Look out for so-called discounts such as " half off, buy one get one, or special pricing". These are always a misleader as they increase a list price and then cut it to seem like a steap discount and yet often you are still getting charged more then other locations. Plus a "discount" clinic is often more in it for the sales and drive there employees to be more sales driven then providing the best clinical care that you need. Most clinics with the best price give all patients the same price and focus on patient care.
Misleading Discounts
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How Can I Care For and Trouble Shoot My Hearing Aids?

Daily care and attention will prolong the life of your hearing investment.

Wipe daily with a soft, lint free cloth. Be sure to clean the receiver and vent openings with the proper cleaning tool; see your hearing professional for the proper tool and use.
 
Turn off your hearing aids when not in use overnight. Be sure to leave the battery door open to allow any accumulated moisture to dry. It is best to store the hearing devices in the holder your specialist provided at delivery. Also, keep the battery compartment clean and dry.

Do not store the hearing aids with the battery installed for an extended length of time. Remove the battery and store your hearing aids in a cool dry place.

Remove hearing aids before using hair spray.

Do not expose your hearing aids to excessive moisture, humidity, or steam.

Do not wear your hearing aids while bathing, showering, or swimming.

Keep away from heat sources such as stoves heat registers, hair dryers, or open flames.

Do not drop your hearing aids or allow the hearing aid to be subjected to rough handling.

Keep away from pets: dogs in particular are aroused by feedback sounds that are sometimes produced by the hearing aid when not being worn.

Keep fresh batteries in your hearing aids and be aware that your hearing aid will stop functioning when the battery no longer has power. This is of particular importance as you drive in traffic or are in other situations where you may rely on warning sounds for safety. If the battery loses power while being worn you should hear an low-power or shut-off indicator tone. 

Keep In Touch - We encourage you to maintain regular Contact with us. A regularly scheduled check of your hearing aids will enhance the reliability of your new hearing aid(s) and devices. Annual hearing tests are crucial to assure that your hearing investment is delivering the performance needed to match any changing hearing conditions.

TROUBLE SHOOTING
 
Use this guide to help solve some of the common problems patients may experience. If you have a problem not defined or one that persists, call us right away.
 
 
  • NO SOUND
 
a. Battery may be dead or in backwards.
b. Check to see instrument is on.
c. Sound outlet (receiver) may be plugged with wax or debris.
 
  • WEAK SOUND
 
a. Weak battery. Bad battery batch.
b. Sound outlet (receiver) may be plugged with wax or debris.
c. Your hearing condition may have changed.
d. Mic inlet plugged with wax or debris.
 
  • CRACKLING / FRYING SOUND
 
a. Weak battery.
b. Wax problem. 
c. Moisture or Wax in the battery compartment or on the internal components.
 
  • WHISTLING SOUND
 
a. Volume control is too high or excessive wax buildup in the ear.
b. Object, such as coat collar, hat, or scarf may be covering the sound inlet or causing accoustical reflection.
c. Hearing Aids may need to be reprogrammed appropriately to better suit your needs.
 
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