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Benefits of Trying Hearing Aids

1. Improved Quality of Life: Trying hearing aids allows you to experience firsthand the improvements in your hearing ability. By wearing hearing aids, you can regain lost sounds, enhance communication with loved ones, and participate more fully in social activities. This can lead to a significant improvement in your overall quality of life, helping you feel more connected and engaged in your surroundings.

2. Personalized Experience: Every individual’s hearing needs are unique. Trying hearing aids allows you to work with a hearing healthcare professional to find the best solution tailored to your specific hearing loss and lifestyle. By trying hearing aids, you can determine which features and styles work best for you, ensuring a personalized and effective hearing experience.

3. Adjustment and Adaptation: Adjusting to wearing hearing aids can take time, both physically and mentally. Trying hearing aids allows you to adapt to wearing them gradually, allowing your brain to acclimate to the new sounds and sensations. This gradual adjustment process can help minimize any discomfort or frustration and increase your long-term success and satisfaction with hearing aids. Some patients will need up to 60 days or more to adapt to the full strength of the prescription according to your hearing loss. Only trying a hearing aid for a day or a week is not nearly enough. 

Overall, trying hearing aids offers the opportunity to experience the benefits of improved hearing firsthand, receive personalized guidance from a hearing healthcare professional, and adapt to wearing hearing aids at your own pace. It’s an essential step in finding the right solution for your hearing needs and enhancing your overall quality of life.

Our Process

Patients love that they can try hearing aids from a variety of manufacturers at Hearing Group. We believe that everyone’s needs are a little different. That is why we carry so many Brands.

Our process is simple:

  • Schedule a hearing test or consultation
  • Choose which technology would be best for you
  • Purchase your hearing aids
  • You will have 30-60 days to try them out depending if you have insurance coverage


What Brand of Hearing Aids do you offer?

At Hearing Group we offer a variety of brands from different manufacturers. Here are a few of the major brands we work with.

  • Unitron
  • ReSound
  • Widex
  • Phonak
  • Oticon
  • Signia
  • TruHearing
  • Relate
How long can I try the hearing aids through my Insurance?

You have generally 60 days to try out the hearing aids.

How long can I try them if I buy direct from Hearing Group?

Any of the hearing aids we dispense directly will have a 30 day trial period.  Fitting fee may apply according to the state where purchased.

How do hearing aid trials work?

The hearing aid trial is important because it allows you to try the hearing aids for a month or two to see if you like them.

This is especially important for ones that have never had hearing aids before. Most hearing aids have some sort of acceptence manager built in. This allows the hearing aids to start at a lower volume level and gradually increase to the prescribed level over the month or two. A great way to see if they will work for you.

Take a Hearing Test

It is essential to keep on top of your hearing health and enjoy the whole sensory experience that life has to offer. Thanks to the help of our friendly hearing specialists, you can find out more about your hearing by booking a hearing test at one of our hearing aid test centers. Book a free hearing test today, and let us help you hear better.

Book your free hearing test using the booking form or give our friendly hearing specialists a call on (316) 867-2683.

Wondering if hearing aids will work for you? Don’t worry; you can try before you buy with Hearing Group’s free hearing aid trial. This service is great for first-time buyers and hearing aid users looking to upgrade. Take our hearing aids out for a test drive.

Start with a Free Hearing Test

Book a free hearing test today, and let us help you hear better.