View Published Hearing Aid Prices for Palm Harbor, Florida

If you are shopping for hearing aids in Palm Harbor, Florida area you should check out these prices from Gardner Audiology, Tampa Bay’s premier hearing healthcare company. https://gardneraudiology.com/hearing-aid-published-pricing/ 

Gardner Audiology Doctors work with all six major hearing aid manufacturers and most insurance plans. Interest-free financing is also available. They feel that hearing aid prices should be transparent to the consumer. If you are seeking a second opinion on price, make sure that you write down the brand, model and style of hearing aid you are shopping for before you visit the Gardner published prices page. Regardless of what you pay for hearing aids the person you see is more important than the brand you buy. At Gardner Audiology you will be evaluated and prescription fit with hearing aids by an Audiology Doctor, not a salesman. In addition, they will use a tool called Live Speech Mapping to objectively verify that your aids have recovered maximum hearing ability. https://gardneraudiology.com/palm-harbordoctor-solves-hearing-aid-problems-live-speech-mapping/ Less than 30 percent of hearing healthcare providers use this objective process to verify the benefits of a hearing aid prescription. 

If you have questions about hearing aid policies, procedures and prices email info@gardneraudiology.com, or call 1-800-277-1182. Better yet schedule a courtesy consultation with one of our audiologists in Palm Harbor at 2445 Tampa Rd, Palm Harbor. https://gardneraudiology.com/locations/gardner-audiology-location-palm-harbor/ 

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