Truth About Providers
Reputable hearing professionals don't sell, they serve.
Providers who sell hearing aids without a proper consultation with the patient represent the biggest problem with the industry.
A responsible hearing provider should make you feel comfortable and confident you’re getting the best, most customized treatment for your hearing loss. Genuine hearing professionals should not pressure you to buy a particular brand or style of hearing aid; their recommendation should be based solely upon your hearing loss situation as determined by a formal hearing evaluation.
A reputable clinician:
- Speaks to you in clear terms about your hearing loss and options.
- Answers all of your questions honestly.
- Will never tell you a hearing aid price is “good for today only.”
- Offers a 30-day return policy on your hearing aids.
- Will schedule multiple follow-up appointments with you the months and years after your hearing aid purchase to make fitting adjustment and make sure the device stays in-tune with your loss as it changes.
- Always provides a written contract explaining the terms of your hearing aid purchase.
- Clearly explains the payment terms and options.
- Provide “lost and damaged” terms with a new hearing aid purchase.
- Sells hearing aids that will come with a warranty for covering repairs that can not be done in-house.
- Offer a nationwide network of other quality providers who can adjust your hearing aids if you need.
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