, a dental and health savings marketplace, has announced its partnership with Amplifon to offer affordable access to hearing healthcare services and hearing aids.

According to its website, offers 30+ dental savings plans with over 100,000 dentists in the United States. The dental savings plans reportedly function like a membership at a warehouse club, and involve an annual fee for access to reduced rates ranging from 10% to 60%.

“We are excited to partner with Amplifon, a leader in the hearing care industry, to provide members with even more affordable options to get the care they need to live happier, healthier lives,” said Bob Harris, CEO for

With more than 20 years of experience in helping those with hearing loss, Amplifon will provide members with access to their nationwide network of more than 5,100 hearing healthcare providers, according to the announcement. Plan members will receive an average savings of up to 60% on more than 2,000 hearing aid models from leading manufacturers such as Phonak, Oticon, ReSound, Starkey, and Siemens.

According to the announcement, plan members will also enjoy a risk-free, 60-day trial with a 100% money-back guarantee, 1-year free follow-up care—cleanings, adjustments, and other hearing aid services—and 2 years of free hearing aid batteries mailed directly to the member’s home. And, as part of their personalized service, Amplifon will provide members assistance with locating a provider, scheduling appointments, ongoing support, and more.

“Most people don’t know that hearing loss is one of the largest common health issues affecting more than 36 million people—of all ages,” said Thomas Tedeschi, chief audiology officer for Amplifon (Americas).” Not only is hearing loss frustrating, but several studies show it may be linked to other physical, psychological, or social health risks, such as dementia.”

“By partnering with, we will be able to help more people assess their habits that contribute to hearing loss, and provide the help to avoid serious hearing loss and health risks later in life,” said Tedeschi.

Source:, Amplifon