One of the most common questions that we’re asked is, “How much are hearing aids?”

With so much conflicting information on the internet, and so many clinics keeping their prices a secret, it can make addressing your hearing challenges incredibly difficult and confusing.

That’s why, at Gold Country Hearing, we pride ourselves on being completely transparent and upfront to ensure you understand the options available to you and help you to make an informed decision.

We do this by publishing our treatment plans on our website for the world to see and by allowing you to “request a callback” through our website to speak to one of our hearing care experts to ask any questions.

Why It’s a Difficult Question to Answer

The biggest challenge when answering this question is that hearing aids are only a small part of what is required to achieve better hearing, with the more important component being the methodical treatment plan that is involved and the importance of working with the right team of experts.

If you’re solely looking for hearing aids, then you can find them for less than $2,000. However:

  • They’re not great technology.
  • They come with very little support.
  • They likely won’t last very long.
  • If you’re not an experienced wearer, then it’s highly likely to result in you not receiving the desired outcome.

The right approach is to understand that being fitted with hearing aids gets you to the starting line of achieving better hearing and not the finish line. It’s why choosing to work with a team of experts that has successfully helped thousands of others to achieve better hearing is so important.

The Investment That You Can Expect 

At Gold Country Hearing, we have five different treatment plans that all include different levels of technology based on your requirements and different levels of service.

Following your hearing assessment, we get to understand what your lifestyle looks like, your level of hearing loss, and the situations that you’ll need the most hearing help in.

Based on this, we then make a professional recommendation.

Our Essential Plan is beneficial for someone who wants to receive a helping hand to communicate with the people around them. It includes our advanced fitting process, a generous warranty, and a pair of great devices. It is perfect for someone who is just taking the first step to better hearing and is $2,250.

However, if you live a lifestyle that requires better hearing in social environments or you have a more severe hearing loss, then our Connected and Social treatment plans may be more suited to you. Both offer a range of benefits, including a 3-year loss and damage warranty and custom molds, Bluetooth connectivity, and rechargeability.

With our Connected treatment plan at $3,990 and our Social plan at $4,990, both offer protection and affordability.

If you live a busy lifestyle, require the most hearing help, or simply want the best technology available, then our Active ($5,990) and All-Inclusive ($7,490) treatment plans are best suited for you. These include a pair of premium hearing devices, a 5-year warranty, and priority access to all key services – plus much more.

All of these packages include a partnership with award-winning doctors of audiology and the methodical treatment plan that helped thousands of others to achieve better hearing.

The First Step to Better Hearing

If you or a loved one has hearing concerns, then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment.

It’s quick, it’s non-invasive, and this will allow you to understand your options and receive a recommendation from a doctor of audiology about the level of treatment plan that will be best for you.

Alternatively, if you have a question about any of our treatment plans or would like to receive advice/help, then you can request a callback by clicking here or call your local office.

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Dr Kimberly Bonney Au.D.

Dr. Kimberly Bonney Au.D., graduated with her Master’s Degree in 2001 from CSU Sacramento and worked at a non-profit hearing center in Sacramento. She then began working as an educational audiologist in Placer and Nevada County schools where she found working with children who were deaf and hard of hearing to be very rewarding. After she graduated from Salus University with her Doctor of Audiology degree, Dr Bonney bought the first Gold Country Hearing location.