In an industry where it’s rare to see a bill of less than $4,000.00, we boast the lowest entry point pricing for government-approved hearing aids from major manufacturers, at $199/aid, as well as the lowest average price, at less than $500/aid. Sound too good to be true? We don’t use our lower-price advertising as a bait-and-switch maneuver to entice clients into our clinic, only to sell them premium hearing aids that far exceed their needs and budget. More than 50% of our clients have purchased hearing aids for less than $500/aid, and over 95% express satisfaction with their investment.
A good portion of our continued success is attributable to our objective, evidence-driven approach to hearing aid selection and fitting. In this article, we’ll share aspects of the unique, Uber Hearing approach to successful fitting. In particular, we’ll focus on the most common form of hearing loss, which is mild-to-moderate, age-related hearing loss. If you are over fifty years old and suspect you are experiencing gradual hearing loss in both ears, there is a good chance you may have mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
How does mild-to-moderate, age-related hearing loss happen, and what are it’s symptoms and impacts on your life?