Why Do Hearing Aids Cost So Much?

Understand the Factors that Boost the Value of Hearing Aids

It’s no secret: hearing aids cost a lot of money. The average cost of a hearing aid is $1,000 to $4,000. So why the hefty price tag? 

Let’s break down the dollars.

Technology & Research

As a trusted resource for hearing solutions for over 65 years, our company uses state-of-the-art technology to allow each of our customers to experience life at its fullest. We specialize in customizable hearing solutions that feature discreet, comfortable products designed to meet each individual's hearing loss needs.

Some of the hearing aid cost goes toward the best technology. The digital noise reduction, directional amplification, and speech isolation are just some of the latest advancements in hearing solutions. With the price of a set of hearing aids, you're not just getting simple amplification devices, you'll be receiving the next level of advanced features such as:

  • Bluetooth streaming
  • Tinnitus therapy controls
  • Wireless control via smartphone app
  • Speech isolation technology
  • Directional microphones
  • Rechargeability

Learn more about the latest features included with our GENIUS™ 3.0 technology.

Aftercare Service

For Miracle-Ear hearing aids, a lot of the money covers important aftercare services, too—all of which are conveniently included in the original cost and are designed to keep your hearing aids working their best through the years. When you choose Miracle-Ear, you receive our lifetime commitment to your hearing health journey. We offer free lifetime care and service for your hearing aids, which includes:

  • Testing – testing of all hearing aid components for proper functioning
  • Cleanings – thorough cleaning of each hearing aid
  • Fittings – fitting checks and adjustments
  • Inspections – ear inspections to check for earwax buildup
  • Repairs – minor repairs of hearing aid components
  • Annual Exam – free hearing evaluation every year

Our hearing care professionals are the best in the business. In addition to the licensing requirements laid out by state law, we require completion of an internal training program. This is approximately 20 hours of additional training to ensure we match the right hearing aid solution to each individuals hearing loss, lifestyle and needs.

The Daily Cost

When you consider the daily cost of hearing aids, it’s actually pretty reasonable. The daily cost of two hearing aids is $1 to $7 per day, based on a 3- to 5-year lifespan. Hearing your grandkids’ stories, your partner’s jokes and your favorite melodies, for just a few bucks a day? Now that sounds pretty amazing.
How Hearing Aids Work

Behind the Tech: How Does a Hearing Aid Actually Work?

Hearing aids are like little computers in your ears. Take a look at the technology behind these extraordinary devices.

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