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Hearing & Activity Tracking

World’s first hearing aid with sensors and artificial intelligence.

Smartphone Compatible

Connect directly to your iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, Apple Watch® or Android™ phone.

Invisible Products

Rest in the second bend of the ear canal where no one can see them.

Receiver-In-Canal

Small, discreet and quick to fit. Perfect for first-time hearing aid wearers.

Completely
In-Canal

Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing aid shows outside of the ear canal.

Behind-The-Ear

The world’s most common hearing aid style. Available in standard, mini or power.

In-The-Canal

Custom hearing aid that fits in the ear canal. Smaller portion shows in outer ear.

In-The-Ear

Custom hearing aid that fits within the outer portion of the ear.

Tinnitus

Designed to deliver relief from ringing in the ears.

Single-Sided Hearing

Hear sounds in your weaker hearing ear by way of your healthy ear.

Earlens

The world’s first and only hearing solution to directly vibrate the eardrum.

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Hearing Aid Accessories

Make your hearing aid experience even more comfortable and convenient using the latest technology and accessories. Ask our Audiologists how these devices can help you in your everyday life.

Thrive Hearing

Wireless

TruLink

SurfLink

Rechargeable Aids

Hearing Protection

What You Need to Know About Hearing Aids

In their simplest form, hearing aids are like a miniature PA system with four basic components: microphone, amplifier, speaker (receiver), and power supply (batteries).

Like many other high-tech devices (TVs, phones, computers), hearing aids have experienced a major technology revolution in the past decade and especially in the last few years. The best of today’s hearing technology is designed to virtually eliminate feedback, make listening in noisy environments easier and more comfortable, stream stereo sound from TVs and radios directly to the hearing aid itself, let you talk on your phone hands-free, and much more. Now, instruments are smaller (and in some cases, invisible), more comfortable, and powerful than ever.

Research on people with hearing loss and their significant others has shown that hearing aids play a significant factor in a person’s social, emotional, psychological, and physical well-being.

More specifically, treatment of hearing loss has been shown to improve:

  • Communication in relationships
  • Intimacy and warmth in family relationships
  • Ease in communication
  • Earning power
  • Sense of control over your life
  • Social participation
  • Emotional stability

The price will vary depending on the specific model and features you need, and how effective it is in various noise environments. Whatever the final cost, we do offer financing plans. Our Doctors will also check to see if you qualify for free hearing aids or a discount from your employer, union, the Veterans Administration, insurance provider, HMO, or local charity (such as Lions Club).

Certain insurance companies have a benefit towards the purchase of your hearing aid. Columbia Basin Hearing will assist you in determining your benefit and in many cases directly bill your insurance for payment. Columbia Basin Hearing participates with many providers who offer assistance toward payment of your hearing aids making them very affordable.

We also offer Wells Fargo because we’re committed to your hearing health. Wells Fargo financing is a convenient, low minimum monthly payment program allowing you to purchase your affordable hearing aids today. With no up-front costs, no pre-payment penalties, and no annual fees, Wells Fargo lets you pay over time and frees up cash and credit cards for the other things you need. It’s easy with immediate approval decisions.

Yes. Most people need an adjustment period of up to four months before becoming acclimated to — and receiving the full benefit — their devices. However, you should expect to notice obvious benefits during this trial period. Remember, the CBHC hearing care team is there to help and is focused on your success. Do not be afraid to call or visit to discuss your concerns. Be realistic, practice, be patient, and rest.