What’s the Cost of a Hearing Aid?


Product Range

Hearing aids are available from a variety of manufacturers (for a list of manufacturers, see our links page). Each manufacturer offers a range of products covering a wide price range.

The price of the hearing aid is determined to some extent by the style (e.g. very small hearing aids are more expensive than larger hearing aids) but most of the differences in price are determined by the level of technology in the device. As the level of sophistication goes up, so does the price.

More expensive (and typically more sophisticated) hearing instruments will generally:

  • Perform better in background noise
  • Have better sound quality
  • Have more adjustability
  • Have more features (e.g. multiple programs, special features for use with cell phones, etc)
Typical Hearing Aid Cost

Hearing aids typically cost from about $900-$3500 each. However, assistance is provided for every resident of Ontario. The Assistive Devices Program administered by the Ontario Ministry of Health provides a grant of up to $500 per ear to help pay for hearing aids. This amount is deducted from your total bill and we bill the program directly.

For more information on this program, please visit the Assistive Devices Program website.

Pure Audiology & Hearing Aid Services is an authorized vendor for the Assistive Devices Program.