What We Do
You have a hearing problem. We have a solution.
A hearing aid is a small electrical device designed to make sounds louder to improve an individual’s ability to hear.
A hearing test often comprises a series of tests and provides an evaluation of the sensitivity of a person’s sense of hearing and middle ear function.
Tinnitus is a symptom of hearing loss. It can be described as hearing sound in the head or ears that does not come from an outside source.
Other Hearing Services
Hearing Aid Cleaning/Repair
We recommend returning periodically for service to keep your hearing aids in peak working condition. If needed, many repairs can be done on the same day and onsite.
Custom Earmolds & Hearing Protection
Sometimes one size fits all earmolds don’t fit. A custom fit provides increased comfort and improved protection. We offer specialized earmolds for hunter’s, worker’s, musician’s and swimmer’s
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) refer to various types of amplification equipment that improves communication when individual hearing instruments are not enough especially in noise.
Getting Started is Easy
Free Phone Consultation
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is more likely to experience hearing loss, men or women?
Men are more likely to experience hearing loss than women.
What percentage of American adults report a hearing loss?
Approximately 17 percent of American adults report some degree of hearing loss.
Is there a connection between hearing loss and age?
There is a strong relationship between age and reported hearing loss: 18 percent of American adults 45-64 years old, 30 percent of adults 65-74 years old, and 47 percent of adults 75 years old or older have a hearing loss.
How does exposure to loud noises impact your hearing?
Approximately 15 percent (26 million) of Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high-frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds or noise at work or in leisure activities.
Of the people who need hearing aids, how many actually wear hearing aids?
Only 1 out of 5 people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wears one. This ensures that 4 out of 5 people are suffering needlessly.
Is it possible to lose your hearing suddenly?
Approximately 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Hearing loss affects only 1 ear in 9 out of 10 people who experience sudden deafness. Only 10 to 15 percent of patients with sudden deafness know what caused their loss.
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