There are many styles of hearing aids available. Cindy will work with you to find a style you are comfortable with that will provide the hearing correction you need. Hearing aid options include:

  • Rechargeable Batteries
  • Standard Batteries
  • Receiver-in-the-ear
  • In-The-Ear
  • In-The-Canal
  • Completely-In-the-Ear
  • Behind-The-Ear

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

Try a set of hearing aids under our demonstration program or our 30-day trial program.


Hearing aids have improved greatly due to advances in technology and miniaturization. Our office offers a wide range of technology from low budget to high-tech.

Hearing aid options may now include:

  • Speech Understanding –  Optimize speech understanding.
  • Easier Listening – Less listening effort required – more capacity to remember what is being said.
  • Noise Reduction – Reduce background noise and focus on speech.
  • Bluetooth Connectivity – Hear phone calls, music, podcasts, etc. through your hearing aids.
  • Phone app – Your phone controls volume and other features.
  • Upgradeable Hearing Aids– Some aids may be upgraded to a higher technology level.
  • Wind Noise Manager – Reduce noise due to wind when you are outside – like on a golf course!


Hearing aids are available in a wide range of prices. Costs are based on the type of hearing aid, technology, and features selected.

The most expensive models are ALWAYS a choice NEVER a necessity. For those people who have many difficult listening situations and a need for optimal hearing – the high end hearing aids are the best choice.

Low budget hearing aids are available for most people – they work very well in quiet situations.

We accept many payment options including:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Credit Cards – Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover
  • Financing – Care Credit, Allegro
  • Leasing
  • Insurance – United Healthcare, Aetna, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, etc.
    • You will need to contact your insurance to activate your hearing aid benefits

Two aids or one aid?

If you have a hearing loss in only one ear and the second ear is normal, then you only need one hearing aid.

If you have a hearing loss in one ear and the second ear is “dead” and has no usable hearing, then you need only one hearing aid.

If neither of these apply to you – you probably will need to have two hearing aids. There are three facts of hearing:

  1. You can hear further in the distance with two ears than you can with one ear.
  2. It takes two ears to separate speech from noise when in a difficult listening environments.
  3. It takes two ears to have sound direction.

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