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Question DetailsAsked on 7/31/2013

How do I choose an audiologist and/or hearing aid dispenser/service provider?

Time do something about age-related hearing loss. Missing out on too much. But there are many providers, and few reviews, and I have no idea how to screen to find the right one(s) for myself. Don't think I need an MD for this.

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Since you say there are few reviews, I would google the normal cost (you don't want to be paying $5000 for a pair of hearing aids - the $600-1000 per hearing aid for normal ones is way too high as it is.

I would get a recommendation from your normal care provider - if you trust him, he shold be able to advise you of any audiologist or hearing aid denter he refers clients to - this should not take an appointment, just a call to his office.

Answered 7 years ago by LCD

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