Treat your hearing loss in Utah

Here Are All the Different Ways To Treat a Hearing Loss in Utah

by | Nov 15, 2022 | Hearing Loss, Patient Resources

If you think you or a loved one might have a hearing loss, this page is all about possible solutions you can consider.

Think of this as a quick-start guide that covers the various options available, including specific benefits and drawbacks.

Let’s get started with some simple questions:

  • How much hearing have you lost? How quickly have you lost it?
  • Does your hearing seriously impact your lifestyle or is it just an inconvenience?
  • How active is your lifestyle? Does your hearing need a little help or a lot of help?
  • How big (or small) is your budget?
  • Is the personal, one-on-one touch important or are you happy to work with a corporation and speak to different people?

Keep your answers in mind as you go through the list.

But first, there’s one more important consideration: a hearing assessment can definitively tell you if you have a hearing loss or not. An ear examination may also determine the cause of any hearing loss. These simple procedures will help you determine what you need because you’ll have the advice and expertise of a professional audiologist to guide you.

That’s why you should seriously consider booking a hearing assessment to clarify just how serious your hearing loss is and the best treatment for your unique situation.

Now moving on to the list itself …

The “Quick List” of Hearing Loss Treatments in Utah

Depending on your preferences and needs, there are a variety of options ranging from low to high budget, including:

  1. Earphones and Cell Phone Apps [Free – $250]
  2. Over-the-Counter Hearing (OTC) Aids [$800 – $1,000]
  3. PSAPs (Personal Sound Amplification Products) [$79 – $1,250]
  4. Online Hearing Aids with Audiological Remote Support [$1,850 – $2,400]
  5. Big Box Retail Stores [$1,250 – $4,000]
  6. Audiology Clinic [$2,500 – $7,800]
  7. Hearing Loss Surgery (Cochlear Implants) [$30,000 – $50,000]

Let’s take a closer look at each one:

How Do You Decide?

Hopefully, you now have a solid grasp of the hearing treatment options available to you.

Are you ready to take the next step?

Our professional audiologists are available in Bountiful, Tooele, Park City, and West Valley City.

Go ahead and chat with us today! If you have any questions or need any clarification about how we can help you, you can call us at (801) 298-4327. You can also message us on our Contact page.

You can also schedule an appointment if you like.

Just let us know how we can help. We’re here to ensure you enjoy a better and more confident life with the right hearing solution that meets your special needs.

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Dr. Rachael Gehmlich, Au.D., F-AAA, Audiologist

Dr. Rachael Gehmlich is the newest addition to Utah Ear Institute. We are excited to welcome her back to her home town here in Bountiful where she graduated from Bountiful High! She completed her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from Brigham Young University, and then earned her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Utah. Her graduate education includes clinical training right here at Utah Ear Institute as well as Rocky Mountain Hearing and Balance, Intermountain Medical Center, University of Utah Speech Language Hearing Clinic, and Granite School District.

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