Services included with every hearing aid from us:
Your hearing instruments use the highest level of technology, but they need regular maintenance and periodic adjustments to perform at their best. Once you have purchased a set of hearing aids from us, our ‘Complete Hearing Health Care’ program provides a complete range of services at no additional cost to you!
Services included in the cost of your hearing instruments are:
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Real Ear Measurement & Fitting
Real Ear Measurement (REM) is quite simply the “gold standard” of hearing aid fitting. It is the recommended best practice according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), and Consumer Reports. Recent studies on REM have shown that 79% of patients prefer REMs to the standardized method.
Hearing Aid Repair
We have an in-office hearing aid repair shop which enables us to make many quick repairs while you wait, including:
We’ve all experienced ringing in our ear at some point, but often, it will stop. If the sounds are staying around longer than you would like, you should seek help. We provide a range of tinnitus treatments to help you manage your symptoms in the best possible way. Contact us for more details on how we can help manage your tinnitus.
Are you a U.S. veteran worried you may have hearing loss? Hearing loss is the most common service-related injury that disables veterans, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
We are proud to offer free or low-cost hearing healthcare to our veterans through VA benefits. Call us for further information on how we can help you.
Custom Hearing Protection
Store-bought earplugs are a great first step towards hearing loss prevention, but if you regularly need them for a specific purpose, it might be best to have specialized protection. Custom hearing protection is custom-fit for your ear and optimized for your choice of activity.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices, or ALDs, help people with hearing loss regain some of that sound back to their ears electronically, often in addition to the use of hearing aids. Most of the modern ALDs use the power of Bluetooth technology and work with your smartphones. ALDs improve the noise-to-speech ratio, making it easier to hear and understand normal speech. They are most useful public areas such as schools, conference rooms, and theatres.
Have questions or would you like to schedule an appointment?
Contact us today to set up an appointment with a hearing specialist to discuss your hearing health, hearing aids and the best way to treat your hearing loss.