Untreated Hearing Loss Is Costing You Money

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Working professionals with untreated hearing loss make less money than their colleagues and coworkers. According to a study conducted by Knowles Electronics, people with hearing loss can lose as much as $30,000 annually. Workers suffering even mild hearing loss are losing $2,000-$10,000 per year in income.

Untreated hearing loss results in underachievement for nearly all who delay treatment while they are in the prime of their life. The tragedy is that
untreated hearing loss can impact individuals and their families for the rest of their lives in the form of lost wages, lost promotions, lost opportunities, lost retirement income, and, perhaps worst of all, in unrealized dreams.

Ready for some good news?

Treating your hearing loss puts an end to lost revenues, and new features of today's Smart Hearing Aids actually provide a number of communication advantages.

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The Most Expensive Hearing Aids are the Ones You Didn't Buy

Extrapolating from the MarkTrak VIII study, failing to use hearing aid technology could cost you as much as $135,000 over five years. Clearly, the time to treat your hearing loss is now.

At Top Notch Hearing, we are dedicated to bringing you the newest technology at the lowest price. 

Today's new "smart" hearing aids can intelligently identify what you want to hear and filter out what you don’t. Tiny computers enable your hearing aid to focus on, amplify, and accentuate precisely the sounds you want to hear, while simultaneously reducing background noise.

Click here to browse our line of smart hearing aids. And feel free to call or email us to set up a time to speak with a licensed hearing specialist.

Ready to Get Started?

STEP ONE: Have your hearing tested by a local audiologist or hearing aid dispensor. Audiometric testing needs to be done by a professional to rule out any medical complications and determine how your hearing aids should be configured to best improve your hearing.

STEP TWO: Send us a copy of your hearing test (audiogram) results. You can do this via email, fax, or snail mail. (It may be easier to have your audiologist email the results to you and then forward them to us).

  • To send via email, click here
  • Fax us at 828-265-0966

STEP THREE: Purchase your hearing aids! If you would like recommendations or have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us. If you want to learn more about the different technology levels and which hearing aid is right for you, check out this video.

STEP FOUR: Sit back and relax! We'll take it from here. Within 10 business days you will receive your new hearing aids - optimized for your specific needs and ready to wear!