1 in 5 Americans have hearing loss.
Do you?

1 in 5 Americans have hearing loss.Do you?

We partnered with professional audio engineers to design the world's easiest to use online hearing test. Now 100% free.

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Your results indicate hearing loss. MDHearing's dedicated team of audiologist and hearing professionals are ready to walk you through what your results mean.

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  • Or, connect now by calling or texting (844) 994-3270

Connect with a hearing professional for more information about your hearing health.

MDHearing's dedicated team of audiologist and hearing professionals are ready to walk you through what your results mean. Connect now by calling or texting (844) 994-3270

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About the test

This hearing test can help verify any hearing loss you may have, but it does not replace a thorough evaluation from a hearing professional or audiologist. If you think that you are experiencing hearing loss, we advise you to consult a professional hearing care specialist who can conduct a more comprehensive examination.


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MDHearing comes with lifetime support from our dedicated, U.S.-based hearing specialists and audiologists.

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain—MDHearing is backed by a 45-day trial and 100% money-back guarantee.


No long appointments and no hassle. Just better hearing shipped directly to your door—for free!


Meet the doctors of MDHearing

Our medical professionals are involved in every aspect of MDHearing—from analyzing hearing tests to programming hearing aids and supporting our customers.

Sandra Porps, AuD
Head of Audiology
Cassidy White, AuD
Dondra Mbachu, AuD

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to see a doctor to purchase hearing aids?

Congress passed H.R. 2430 in August of 2017 to ensure that Americans in every state could purchase hearing aids without a prescription.

MDHearing manufacturers FDA-registered medical devices, designed by doctors and tested by audiologists. Our team of doctors has decades of experience helping thousands of patients, and they brought their experience to the design of every hearing aid in our product line.

Their secret? Physician-designed settings and simple controls allow you to quickly find the perfect combination of volume and programs for your ears, without the appointments and hassle of seeing a doctor. And, you don’t need to take our word for it, just ask any of the hundreds of thousands of Americans who have already experienced the MDHearing difference.

Every customer receives free lifetime support with their purchase. There’s no need to make an appointment and drive to an office. Our team of hearing specialists are available by phone every weekday, and by email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We also have an on-staff audiologist available to review your audiogram and offer additional support.

Do affordable hearing aids work as well as hearing aids that cost thousands?

In a case study by the Better Hearing Institute, direct-to-consumer hearing aids (like MDHearing) are just as beneficial as traditional, extremely expensive hearing aids from clinics. Best of all, they don’t cost $2,000-$6,000 or more a pair. 

MDHearing manufactures real, FDA-registered medical devices designed to address the amplification needs of over 94% of Americans with hearing loss—for just a fraction of the cost. Our medical device logistics and manufacturing facility is located in Chicago (FDA Establishment #3008941158), and undergoes the same rigorous testing as every other FDA hearing aid facility.

We focus on providing excellent, high-quality devices that our customers will actually use. Buyers who are looking for fancy extra features such as TV streaming, or who don’t mind spending thousands of dollars, may prefer traditional hearing centers.

Who is MDHearing?

MDHearing is America’s #1 direct hearing aid company, with over a million hearing aids sold. Nearly a decade and half ago, our company was founded by an Ear, Nose & Throat physician who was sick of seeing his patients go without hearing aids because of sky-high pricing. He worked with audiologists to create the MDHearing line of affordable, high-quality hearing aids that cost a fraction of the price of traditional hearing clinics.

We’re passionate about helping people with hearing loss get affordable hearing aid solutions, and we’re dedicated to making your experience with us better than any other hearing care provider. We offer U.S.-based telephone support Monday through Friday and 24-hour email support, so you can contact our dedicated support team at any time of the day or night.

Is my hearing bad enough to need a hearing aid?

Hearing aids are not just for those with severe hearing loss. In fact, most hearing aids are designed for mild to moderate hearing loss.

Almost anyone with any level of hearing loss should seriously consider wearing hearing aids. Even a mild degree of untreated hearing loss can increase the risk of social isolation, hospitalizations, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease—not to mention missing out on conversations and weakening relationships.

No amount of hearing loss is harmless and improving your hearing will instantly improve your quality of life. It’s not until after you put on a pair of hearing aids that you start to realize how much of your life you were missing out on.

Am I too young for hearing aids?

Many people fear hearing aids will make them look “old” and forgo improving their hearing because of what other people might think.

Hearing loss impacts Americans of every age. While many people are diagnosed with age-related hearing loss, noise-induced hearing loss (caused by exposure to loud noises) affects about 15% of the U.S. population. Many who work in loud factories or construction sites, or who participate in loud recreational activities like target shooting and hunting, concert-going, and attending sporting events, develop hearing loss regardless of their age.

The reality is everyone notices when they can’t communicate with you and no one looks at the back of your ear. If you want to feel young, having the best hearing possible is the best way.


Better hearing or your money back!

How big of an impact will better hearing have on your life? Experience the difference yourself. MDHearing is backed by a 45-day risk-free trial and free lifetime support from licensed hearing professionals. You have nothing to lose.