One of the original Audiologists in a private audiology practice in Forsyth county. For 25+ years I have focused on using technology to help thousands of local residents regain the most useful part of their hearing.
Go to a local, private audiologist, and ask your question. There are low cost options now that weren't available 14 years ago. They can also direct you to state programs that... Read more
I am familiar with Eargo and the idea behind it is to allow some ventilation around and through those little tendrils that cover the end of the hearing aid. It's a good theory... Read more
Starkey products and technologies are likely to be around a long time. It's a company with somewhere above $500 million in annual reveneues so it's unlikely they are going... Read more
I'm not familiar with any manufacturer that offers Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals but it's really up to the local office to create a special offer. This would be akin to... Read more
Costco uses good enough hearing aids. The question you should ask your specific dispenser is "How long have you been dispensing hearing aids?" If the answer is less than 5... Read more
This is similar to "How do I choose the best knee replacement company?" Once you've interviewed and selected your surgeon and implant center you will feel much more confident... Read more
Only Medicare can answer that question but the theories have been along 3 different lines: "It's too expensive." Only in the last 15 years has Medicare paid for prescription... Read more