FAQ

What Is The Difference Between An Audiologist And A Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS)?

There are a number of different hearing healthcare professionals available, but each has different education and training requirements. An audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist (HIS) are two of the most common professionals when seeking treatment for hearing loss. To better understand which professional is best for you, it’s important to distinguish the differences between … Continue reading What Is The Difference Between An Audiologist And A Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS)?

How frequent should I have my hearing tested?

If you have a hearing loss and are wearing hearing aids, we recommend having your hearing tested annually to monitor any decline to your hearing and to assure that the settings on your hearing aids are current.

Is there a trial period for the hearing aid(s)?

Yes. We offer a 30 calendar day trial from the date of purchase to return your hearing aid(s). Hearing aid(s) must be in the same condition, excluding normal wear and tear, in order to receive a full refund, less a nonrefundable fee of $75 per hearing aid.