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Office Policy

 Certified Hearing Aid and Audiology Associates does accept cash, credit, or check and money is due in full when a patient is fit with their customized hearing aids. 

A patient has the right to a minimum of a 30 day trial period with hearing aids; however a cancellation fee will apply should a patient return hearing aids within the allotted time.

Billing & Insurance

Certified Hearing Aid and Audiology Associates is happy to verify insurance benefits for hearing aids.

While we do not offer traditional payment plans, Care Credit financing is available upon approval.  Care Credit is a 12 month same-as-cash payment option that will not accrue interest as long as the balance is paid within 1 year.  This is offered through GE Money Bank and our staff can help you get this set up.

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Facts About Hearing Loss

Approximately 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss. More than half of the people with hearing loss are younger than age 65. Untreated hearing loss can affect your ability to understand speech and can negatively impact your social and emotional well-being—hearing impairment can decrease your quality of life!

Hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the United States.
Signs you may have a hearing loss:

  • Difficulty hearing people talk in noisy environments such as a restaurant, shopping mall, in a car, or at the movie theater.
  • People seem to “mumble” all the time.
  • Family, friends, or colleagues often have to repeat themselves when speaking with you.
  • You have trouble hearing people when they are not facing you or are in another room.
  • You have trouble following conversations.
  • You have ringing, buzzing, or hissing sounds in your ears.

What causes hearing loss?

  • Exposure to excessive loud noise.
  • Ear infections, trauma, or ear disease.
  • Harm of the inner ear and ear drum from contact with a foreign object (cotton swabs, fingers, bugs).
  • Illness or certain medications.
  • Deteriorating hearing due to the normal aging process.

How to protect your hearing

Wear hearing protection when around sounds louder than 85dB for a long period of time. There are different types of hearing protection such as foam earplugs, earmuffs and custom hearing protection devices. Contact your local audiologist for custom hearing protection devices.

  • Turn down the volume when listening to the radio, the TV, MP3 player, or anything through ear buds and headphones. (Visit www.TurnItToTheLeft.com)
  • Walk away from the noise.
  • And, other than hearing protection, do not put anything in your ear!

If you think you may have a hearing loss, please call us at (859) 781-4900. You can schedule an appointment directly with one of our professionally trained Audiologists who are trained to evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss.


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