At Beltone, we take an approach to hearing care that no other company can match. It's based on connecting with you as a person—and understanding what you enjoy in life and what's important in a hearing care partner. Every hearing care solution we offer is tailored to a patient's individual needs.
You'll notice the difference from the moment you call the office to schedule your hearing evaluation. And, you'll feel it every time you visit Beltone for your annual hearing screening, hearing aid fitting, or simply to buy new hearing aid batteries.
At Beltone, we use a precise, multi-step process that helps us get to know you and personalize your hearing care.
Beltone office visit - lifestyle assessment
First, we learn about your lifestyle, health history and hearing goals. Then, we give you a thorough hearing evaluation, and carefully explain your results.
Often, no hearing loss is found, and we look forward to seeing you the following year for your annual exam.
Sometimes, we discover a hearing loss that's caused by a temporary condition, such as ear wax or an ear infection. In those cases, hearing aids are unnecessary.
If we do find a hearing loss treatable with hearing aids, we'll recommend the hearing aids best for you, based on several factors. With so many Beltone hearing aids, choosing the right style and model is easy.
Of course, trying on hearing aids in the office will give you a good idea of what to expect. And, once we program your new hearing aids to help you exactly where you need it, better hearing is all yours!
From your first hearing screening, through all the years you own your Beltone hearing aids, your BelCare™ benefits assure you attention at any one of over 1500 participating Beltone Hearing Care Centers, nationwide.
It's one of the most comprehensive hearing care programs available.
BelCare provides for your hearing health—and protects your investment—in 12 valuable ways. No other company offers the same level of commitment.
Annual Beltone hearing evaluation
BelCare lifetime care
*30-day refund policy
Patient care phone line
Minimum loss required for hearing aids
Quality control review
Adapting to new hearing aids
Better hearing verification
Warranty and ‘lost, stolen and damaged’ coverage
Two-year protection for change in hearing loss
Code of ethics