Hearing Aids at Choice Hearing Solutions

Choice Hearing Solutions is proud to be an independent practice. Because we are self-owned and don't answer to any manufacturer or medical practice, we are not tied to a single brand of hearing aid. This means we can focus solely on finding the best solution for our patients. Practices that are locked into a particular manufacturer are more limited on what they can offer, but it is important to us that we offer flexibility.

We go above and beyond to make sure our patients are cared for. We always try to put ourselves in your shoes, and we understand how important it is that you're able to hear the world around you. We grow attached to the people we treat, and it’s important to us that they have a solution for their hearing.

Hearing aids provided at Choice Hearing Solutions

Hearing Aids We Carry

Hearing aids have changed significantly in the past decade, and we always make it a priority to stay on top of the latest technology. Because new technology is always being released, the best hearing aids can change from year to year. We believe it is our responsibility to offer our patients the best options, so if there is new technology, we make sure we are knowledgeable about it and have expertise in fitting it. If we try a hearing aid with you and you are not satisfied within the first 40 days, we can switch it out for anything else on the market that we think would be a good fit.

Hearing Aid Types

Depending on your hearing loss and your preferences, you can choose from several types of hearing aids. Each has its own strengths. Some are custom-fit to your ears; some keep the technology hidden behind your ear. The majority of our patients choose receiver-in-canal models, but we are able to fit any hearing aid model you like.

The types of hearing aids that we offer include invisible-in-canal (IIC), completely-in-canal (CIC), in-the-canal (ITC), in-the-ear (ITE), behind-the-ear (BTE), and receiver-in-canal (RIC).

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The Right Hearing Aids

Man holding hearing aid

We consider your hearing loss, your lifestyle (how active you are), and your budget. If you have more severe hearing loss, you're going to have different needs than someone with mild hearing loss. The biggest difference among hearing aids is the level of technology you select. Technology level generally means how powerfully the hearing aids filter out background noise. More advanced technology costs more, but it can be worth it. We tend to recommend higher technology levels because background noise can be bothersome to anyone, but we've got options that will work for everybody.

Your Hearing Aid Purchase

When you purchase hearing aids from Choice Hearing Solutions, you'll get more than just the devices. You also get our services for the lifetime of those hearing devices. You will never be charged for an appointment with us as long as you own the hearing aid.

Hearing Aids Lifespan

Hearing aids can last for years, but most people choose to replace them within five years because they want to benefit from new advancements in technology. Typically, people choose to upgrade in this timespan, not because their hearing aids break or can't be adjusted, but because new technology can improve their listening experience even more.

Why Go Rechargeable?

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Like any other technology, hearing aids are always evolving to bring you better performance, additional features, and more convenience. One of the latest revolutions in hearing technology is the introduction of rechargeable hearing aids.

Hearing aid wearers may choose a rechargeable option for several reasons. Rechargeable hearing aids do not rely on typical disposable batteries, and they can save you money in the long-term as batteries can cost up to $150 per year. They also have a less significant environmental impact.

Disposable batteries typically last 3-7 days, depending on the type and size of the hearing aid you have. For many people, it is preferable to put the hearing aids on a charger at night, rather than worry about changing batteries every few days. Depending on the model, some rechargeable hearing aids have the option to use traditional batteries as a back-up just in case.

Because it’s as simple as charging your phone, rechargeable hearing aids can also be a great option for those with limited dexterity and/or vision who have trouble inserting batteries themselves. Most chargers are small and portable, so they can fit easily into a bag for travel. Some chargers do not even need to be plugged into the wall at all times.

Most of today’s rechargeable hearing aids will give you a charge that lasts at least a full 24 hours, and some will give you a partial charge depending on how long you leave them on the charger. The length of the charge can also be affected by your use. For example, if you are streaming media to your hearing aids all day it could cause the power to drain sooner than if you were to spend your time in a quiet environment.

A Money-Back Guarantee

We are so committed to making sure our patients hear better that we offer a 100% refund within the first 30 days after getting your hearing aids. We mean it, too. If you're not satisfied, we'll refund your money. The state of Florida allows hearing aid distributors to keep a percentage of the cost of hearing aids, but we believe the right thing to do is to offer a total money-back guarantee. What matters is that you're happy with your hearing aids. If you're not, we'll do everything we can to help you get there.

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