Hearing Aid Services

Hearing loss can affect us at any time in life – even at birth. It can make it difficult to experience day-to-day activities that require listening and communicating with those around you. However, with proper treatment, it doesn’t have to affect your quality of life.
Hearing aids are common and effective treatment for many types of hearing loss.

What is a hearing aid?

A hearing aid is a small electronic device that is used to amplify sound that the natural ear can no longer detect. This allows you to hear and communicate more effectively. Current hearing aid technology allows precise digital programming so that maximum benefit is obtained.

How do hearing aids work?

Hearing aids work through a three step process, which we have simplified and broken down below:

  1. Sound is picked up by a small microphone.
  2. The signal is then processed by an amplifier and intensified according to a patient’s individual needs.
  3. The intensified sounds are then delivered to the ear through a speaker.

Is a hearing aid right for you?

We’ll tell you. If you’re suffering from hearing loss, call us or fill out our contact form. Our physicians and/or audiologists can evaluate you to measure the impact of your hearing loss and determine if hearing aids are the best option for you.

What results should you expect?

While hearing aids do not completely restore your hearing to full function, they can greatly improve it, which allows you to resume enjoying normal activities, like going to the movies, hearing properly at work and connecting with friends and family.

There are many options. Which hearing aid is right for you?

Our audiologists work with many reputable hearing aid manufacturers, and each makes several models that have different levels of technology. The hearing aid we recommend is dependent on your specific hearing loss and the best current options on the market. Our audiologists will recommend the most appropriate option based on your level of hearing loss and lifestyle.

How much do hearing aids cost?

The cost can vary depending on your needs, so the only way to get an accurate cost is to schedule an appointment. Most insurance companies do not provide benefits for hearing aids. However, your insurance may cover part of the cost. Each plan is different, so our team will confirm with your insurance company after we assess your hearing needs.

Our physicians and audiologists have helped thousands of people improve their hearing and quality of life. Call today or fill out our contact form to start the path to better hearing.