Christopher Hamilton, AuD The hearing aid manufacturer is not nearly as important as the professional you choose. Of the many brands of hearing devices available, many can and will work well, assuming they are programmed properly using standard verification methods. I would recommend focusing on finding an excellent Doctor of Audiology and the everything else should fall into place.
Mark Butler, AAS Earlens uses a device behind the ear that closely resembles a normal hearing aid. The only difference is that the device converts sound into a light wave and then transmits it to the second part of the system which is a unit implanted on the eardrum that receives the light wave and converts it into sound waves again directly against the eardrum. ... Read more
Mark Butler, AAS Hearing aids come in a number of price ranges based on the technology level of the aids you are purchasing. Those prices typically range from a low of about $2000 per pair to as much as $7500 per pair for a top level set of hearing aids. Assuming five levels of technology then a price of $5800 would be a fair amount for a second level pair. Top level... Read more