The price of Earlens is set by the Earlens provider. In general, Earlens are within the price range of premium hearing aids. The price typically includes follow up visits with your Earlens Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) physician and audiologist or hearing healthcare professional, as well as a 3-year warranty.
Earlens wearers also have access to a complimentary Earlens Concierge service. The Earlens Concierge is available to provide convenient remote support for questions about the Earlens and can be particularly helpful for new Earlens patients as they adapt to their new hearing devices.
While insurance does not always cover hearing aids, some insurance plans do include a hearing aid benefit. If you are not sure whether your insurance has a hearing aid benefit, an Earlens provider will be able to help review your policy to let you know what services might be covered. An Earlens provider will also be able to share details of any payment plans that their office offers.
Before considering the cost of Earlens, it is important to evaluate the benefit that Earlens can deliver. The first step is to visit an Earlens provider to determine whether you are a candidate for Earlens. An Earlens provider may also be able to provide a sound demonstration so that you can compare Earlens to your current hearing aids.
If you decide to try Earlens, you may be eligible for a trial period during which you can consider how much better you are hearing with Earlens. During this time, you will work closely with your Earlens audiologist, who can adjust your new hearing devices based on how well you are hearing in the listening environments that are important to you.
If you have other questions about Earlens, visit our Earlens FAQs page. To learn specific pricing for Earlens and whether Earlens could help you hear better, make an appointment with an Earlens provider near you.
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