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Clinical Trial

Clinical Trial

Is this the best option for you?

Many of our patients are ready to purchase hearing aids after the hearing evaluation. For people that remain undecided, there is an option to trial a hearing aid.

The Clinical Trial Program allows you the opportunity to test a new hearing aid for 2 weeks at no cost to you following your complete hearing evaluation. Depending on the success of a trial, you can return the hearing aid with no obligation. Your audiologist will provide more information if you are a good candidate.

Receiver-in-the-ear (RITE)

Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid

Behind-the-ear (BTE)


PLEASE NOTE: A hearing evaluation is required prior to the trial, but most insurance carriers cover the majority of the cost of the evaluation. Check with your insurance provider to be sure.


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The mission of Constance Brown Hearing Centers is to impact lives through comprehensive hearing care provided by experts with advanced degrees in audiology.

Hearing aids have meant everything to me. I can hear much better and enjoy having a conversation with others. A new world has opened up to me because I can hear what others are saying.

— Vivian R. Portage, MI
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