Woman placing a Philips HearLink hearing aid in a Philips charger

How much do hearing aids cost?

What influences a hearing aid's price?

Hearing aid types and prices

Why should I buy hearing aids?

Treating your hearing loss will help you enjoy some of the beautiful and important sounds of life: the laughter of your grandchildren, birds singing in spring, raindrops falling softly outside your window, your doorbell, the car’s turn signal and the timer on your oven.

It is also important to mention that untreated hearing loss is linked to other health conditions such as dementia, depression1 and increased risk of falling2. Improving your hearing by getting hearing aids can improve both your health and your overall quality of life.

A hearing care professional is looking with an otoscope into the ear canal of a patient

The hearing care specialist plays an essential role

The hearing care specialist has an important role in your journey to getting hearing aids. They help you choose which hearing aid best fits your hearing loss and needs by using specialized equipment to measure your type and degree of hearing loss.

After getting your hearing aids, the hearing care specialist fits them to your hearing loss and ensures they are comfortable. They explain how to manage the hearing aid features to give you the best hearing experience in all environments and can help introduce accessories that can help make life with your hearing aids easier and more convenient. Furthermore, you will need a follow-up fitting with your hearing care specialist to make sure the hearing aids work as expected.