AETNA hearing and hearing aid providers for Carollwood, Westchase, and South Tampa

Determining what your Aetna hearing aid benefits are and what procedures to follow can be difficult. Gardner Audiology, an Aetna Hearing aid provider for Carrollwood, Westchase and South Tampa, will confirm your Aetna benefits prior to your appointment. We can provide this and confirm your benefits over the phone or in the office.

Hearing and understanding conversations in vital to daily living activities. Impaired hearing can have a significant impact on the quality of life. Increased stress, fatigue, isolation and depression are not uncommon. If you suspect you have hearing loss we can help to evaluate the problem and offer solutions. Many insurance companies include hearing aid benefits. Aetna covers individuals through a variety of programs. The doctors of Gardner Audiology work with all these programs.

Under this plan a member receives a complete audiological evaluation and treatment plan. Audiology doctors make recommendations about appropriate amplification and plan pricing is provided. A 60 day trial is provided with return privileges and refund.

Things to consider:

Some plans may require a clearance by a medical doctor prior to fitting. This is to rule out any medically treatable cause for the hearing loss. In some cases hearing loss can be corrected through medication or surgery. In addition some conditions suggest against fitting until they are medically addressed, such as a chronic draining ear.

Some plans require satisfaction of a deductible and/or copay.

Our staff will be happy to assist you and verify your hearing aid benefits.

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