Popular Treatments & Average Cost

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There are various types of digital and analog hearing aids, including Behind-The-Ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), and completely in-the-canal (CIC).

Innovative technology is improving hearing among people with a broad range of hearing loss needs, while becoming more visually discrete.

The cost of digital hearing aids ranges from $1,200-$6,000 and varies according to the technology used, but the average cost is $3,000.

To find out which hearing aid is right for you, discuss your options with your local hearing care professional.

*Amounts from Hearing Review and House Ear Institute

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Hearing FAQs

My insurance covers a portion of my hearing aids but not all, can I use my CareCredit card to pay for the difference?

You can choose to pay a portion of the cost yourself or with your insurance and use CareCredit for the remaining balance.

I'm interested in new hearing aid technology. Can I use my CareCredit card to pay for an upgraded hearing aid

Of course! You can use the card to purchase any hearing care items at the over 7,000 hearing care facilities nationwide who accept CareCredit.

Can I use my CareCredit card to pay for other hearing costs such as maintenance equipment testing, etc.?

Yes, wherever the card is accepted, you can use CareCredit for all of your out-of pocket costs including insurance co-pays or deductibles.