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So, you’ve had your hearing aids for over 4 years now and you may be wondering…

Has my hearing changed?

There is a possibility your hearing has changed within the last 4+ years and it is important to stay on top of your hearing health. The American Speech and Hearing Association recommends that adults get their hearing tested every 10 years until age 50, and then every 3 years after that. If you find you need a new hearing test, we encourage you to schedule an appointment for a FREE hearing screening.

Why aren’t my hearing aids working like they used to?

This could be a combination of things. One, the average lifespan of a hearing aid is 3-5 years. Two, your hearing may have changed. It may be time to get new hearing aids. We recommend getting a new hearing test to first check if your hearing has changed. To help in finding reliable answers, I have made many exciting upgrades to all aspects of our services at Kabel Hearing.

Try before you buy.

You may also be curious about cost or not sure if you are ready to upgrade. We understand! Make an appointment with us to demo some of our latest technology. We want to make sure you are getting the most out of your hearing aid experience.

At Kabel Hearing, we have many options to help make your hearing care journey affordable. Your health is worth the investment.


Refurbished hearing aids for less than $1k


Leasing options that range from $100 - $185 per month

( for premium hearing aids, new every 4 years )

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