How Much Are Hearing Aids?
When considering hearing aids, price considerations often arise. The cost of hearing aids start at $1,000 per ear, after any available finding support, and increase in cost from there. This pricing range is influenced by many factors, including your specific level of hearing loss, lifestyle requirements, level of hearing aid technology, and additional features like Bluetooth connectivity and rechargeable capabilities.
For individuals struggling with hearing loss, the investment in hearing aids carries profound potential. It can bring about transformative changes, enhancing relationships and reintroducing you to the cherished sounds that define your world.
Exploring Your Options
As the largest independent hearing aid provider in Ontario, our distinction lies in not being tied to any hearing aid manufacturer. This unique positioning enables us to consistently recommend the best hearing aids tailored precisely to your needs.
Hearing Aid Brands
Our commitment to providing you with the latest advancements in hearing technology means that you’ll have access to cutting-edge hearing aids from the most respected brands including Phonak, Signia, Widex, Oticon, Unitron, Starkey, Bernafon, ReSound, and more.
Whether you’re seeking discreet and sleek designs, exceptional natural sound clarity, or innovative connectivity features, our collection covers a wide spectrum of diverse options to cater to your unique requirements.
Hearing Aid Price Comparison
Purchasing hearing aids is a very important investment in your life, and something you will be wearing every day, which is why it is critical that you understand all the options and financial support programs that are currently available to you.
Which Level of Technology is Right for You?
Hearing Aid Financing Support
We offer a variety of financing options to help support this important investment in your life. During your scheduled hearing test and consultation with a Hearing Solutions professional, we can review our 0% financing program options, and special promotions that are available, to help find the right hearing aid just for you!
Government Support Programs
There are also some additional government programs that may be available to you to help support your investment, including:
- Ontario Ministry of Health’s Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
- Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
- Workers Safety Insurance Board (WSIB)
- Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) program
- Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
- Ontario Works
- Private Insurance Company Payments