Hearing aids improve your ability to hear and understand speech and sounds. Many users require a short adjustment period though, especially if they’ve been living with hearing loss for a long period of time. It takes time to get used to hearing new sounds, but it pays off when you’re able to hear the world around you again.

Ear, Nose and Throat doctors can treat hearing conditions, but their focus is divided between the other areas they cover. Hearing aid dispensers can prescribe and fit hearing aids, but their knowledge of audiology is limited to that technology.

Audiologists are focused completely on hearing, have more training and knowledge of the hearing process than dispensers, and are uniquely qualified to offer comprehensive treatment for hearing loss.

Schedule a hearing evaluation today and let us help you hear what you’ve been missing.

While hearing loss varies from person to person, most people experience similar symptoms. Many people feel isolated from their surroundings, friends and family. Some avoid conversations and public events because of their problem. Also, some people react with denial or frustration.

We understand the effects of hearing loss and we’re here to help. With the proper treatment and care, we can alleviate the symptoms.

Yes, it’s possible to live with hearing loss, but ignoring the problem puts you at risk of developing psychological issues, such as frustration and depression, and medical conditions, including heart and kidney disease. Also, living with hearing loss makes communication with friends, family, and business contacts difficult, which leads to a decrease in the quality of your life.

Yes. Because of the gradual nature of hearing loss, many individuals affected by it do not realize the severity of their situation. If you suspect you have a hearing problem, it’s best to get a hearing screening before your condition worsens.