NovaSense is new to the market offering quality and affordable hearing aids exclusively in Connect Hearing Centers. Clients can enjoy this incredible technology at a value price. Talk with your Hearing Care Provider at Connect Hearing to see if it makes sense for you.
Cost of Hearing Aids
If you’re shopping for hearing aids, you likely have a number of questions about your investment, such as: How much will my hearing aids really cost? How can I be sure I’m getting the best price on my hearing aids? Will insurance or Medicare cover hearing aids? What payment options are available?
Types of Hearing Aids
All hearing aids work according to the same principle: They pick up ambient noise, the sound is converted into electrical impulses and then forwarded, in a modulated form, to the ear. However, depending on the severity of the hearing loss and personal requirements, hearing aids can differ considerably. Not just in terms of shape and size, but also in terms of their properties and functions. Which is the best hearing aid for me? Take a look at what’s available!
Hearing Aid Technology
Modern hearing aids are tiny, high-performance computers. Thanks to digital technology and sophisticated software, they can considerably improve our ability to hear and therefore our quality of life. Their ability to connect wirelessly to other devices, such as cell phones or TVs, is nothing short of revolutionary.
Hearing Aid Brands
Connect Hearing carries the latest in hearing aid technology with a wide range of products for nearly every level of hearing loss. Our hearing care professionals take the time to know patients to make the best possible recommendations during initial consultations.
Medicare & Medicaid Coverage
A common question we receive at Connect Hearing is whether Medicare or Medicaid will help pay for hearing aids or cover the cost entirely. The answer may depend on your specific plan. Sifting through Medicare or Medicaid benefits can be tough, so we’ve broken down what you need to know about different coverage options.
Invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) hearing aids like the Lyric are worn deep in the ear canal. IICs are inserted directly into the ear canal and can be easily removed with a string. These hearing aids are a good choice if you lead a moderately to heavily active lifestyle—or if you do not want your hearing aids to be visible to others. While they are popular among hearing aid wearers, IICs may not be the best choice for users with more severe or profound hearing loss, since these hearing aids do not provide the same amount of power that other, larger models do.
Modern Hearing Aids
Modern technology and advances in the field of hearing aids make it possible for you to live a life without limitations. In addition, modern hearing aids offer many other functions that make everyday life with a hearing aid easier and more convenient. Find out more below about the advantages of modern devices, and what the future of hearing aids holds in store.
Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids are versatile devices suitable for a wide range of hearing loss, and are available in various sizes. The smaller BTE options are virtually “invisible” as they disappear behind the ear. With the BTE models, sound is transmitted into the ear through a very discreet tube, which leads into a customized earmold. Because they are larger, BTE models have more space for electronic components than other types of hearing aids, giving them more room to house additional features and deliver advanced performance for a wider range of hearing loss types. Additionally, BTEs are comfortable, easy to mold, and easy for caretakers to assist with and maneuver.