What are the qualifications of your Audiology/Hearing Aid Dispensing Staff?

Dr. Kostas (Gus) Neoclis is University educated, and hearing aid manufacturer trained, with many years of experience in the field. In addition, Dr. Neoclis received his Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). He holds current New York Audiologist and Hearing aid Dispenser Licenses. Please visit our staff page for more information.

Why are your hearing aids so inexpensive?

There are a variety of reasons why we are able to provide our patients with affordable hearing aids; Through strategic planning we are able to keep our operating costs low. We have also created a functional buying/selling hearing aid model for our practice, with a primary focus on our patients. Finally, we listened to hearing loss patients' concerns regarding the high cost of hearing aids and we are here to help.

Will hearing aids stop my hearing loss from getting worse?

Unfortunately, no. Hearing aids are designed to help people hear better not to prevent further loss of hearing. The good news is that hearing loss normally progresses slowly and over a long period of time, while modern day hearing aids are made to accommodate a substantial range of hearing losses.

What is a 45 day Trial Period?

Patients receive 45 days from the date of purchase to return their hearing aid(s) in the same condition, ordinary wear and tear excluded in order to receive a full refund. We do not charge a return fee, and so patients who purchase hearing aids at GN Audiology essentially receive a free 45 day trial period.

How long do hearing aids last?

The average lifespan of hearing aids is 5 to 7 years.

What styles of hearing aids are there?

Please visit our hearing aids page.

For additional information please call +1.5162619398