Hearing loss is incredibly common and treatable with a hearing aid or assistive listening device. We offer a variety of hearing products to best match your needs!
Hearing loss is the third most common physical ailment, just behind arthritis and heart disease. Nearly 20 percent of all Americans over the age of 12 have hearing loss that is so severe that it affects their communication skills.
If you find it difficult to communicate with those around you because you’re unable to hear them, don’t miss out on important conversations any longer. We offer a variety of hearing aids to fit any patient’s needs, lifestyles, and budgets.
Hearing aids are not a cure for hearing loss, but they can certainly help you hear better. The main goal of a hearing aid is to amplify sounds to make it easier to hear what others around you are saying.
Our skilled audiologist and staff offer a wide selection of hearing aids, including digital processing and digitally programmable instruments, from various manufacturers.
We offer several different styles of hearing aids:
Our hearing devices are competitively priced and include a 30-day satisfaction period. Our audiologist work with you to find the best solution for your hearing needs all while staying within your budget.
Other Hearing Services & Products
In addition to hearing aid fitting and dispensation, we offer the following hearing services and products:
- Cleanings and repairs on all makes and models of hearing devices
- Complete Hearing Healthcare, which brings our patients exceptional, hassle-free service for their hearing devices
Custom Ear Molds
Any kind of noise exposure is potentially damaging to the ear and hearing, so whether your noise exposure comes from your work environment or just mowing your lawn, custom earmolds can provide protection from noise-induced hearing loss.
Our ear protection molds can also be crafted and dispensed as custom iPod, Bluetooth, swim plugs, or musician ear molds for recreational purposes.
Assistive Listening Devices
We provide information and guidance on the use of assistive listening devices, such as amplified telephones, FM transmitter systems, and infrared systems.
These assistive listening systems serve as additional help in situations when hearing aids do not provide the necessary assistance.
For more information on hearing aids, assistive listening devices, or ear molds, contact our audiology department today and learn more about our products and services.