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Why We Are Different

You can put a price on products and services. You can’t put a price on relationships and results.

We provide unparalleled follow-up care and services. We are committed to the highest patient satisfaction. We are dedicated to continuing education, and we are always looking for new and better ways to meet the needs of our patients.

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The Right Answers

Getting effective treatment depends on identifying the right problem.

Seamless Care

Every aspect of your care is coordinated and teams of experts work together to provide exactly the care you need.

Unparalleled Expertise

Our experts are some of the best in the country.

Great Prices

You won’t find our hearing aids at the better price anywhere.

Hearing Loss Facts

A person who is not able to hear as well as someone with normal hearing – hearing thresholds of 25 dB or better in both ears – is said to have hearing loss. Hearing loss may be mild, moderate, severe, or profound. It can affect one ear or both ears, and leads to difficulty in hearing conversational speech or loud sounds.

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Hearing aid users report

Why use hearing aids?

Today’s hearing aid users express a higher level of satisfaction with their devices than ever before. According to a study, more than 91 percent of those who purchase new hearing aids are highly satisfied with their purchase. What’s more, nearly 90 percent of hearing technology users would recommend hearing aids to a friend.


Improved confidence

Other people react positively to their hearing aid.


Comfortable fit

The hearing aid is so natural they forget they’re wearing it.


Improved quality of life

Overall quality of life has improved.


Increased engagement

Relationship with partner has improved.

Types of hearing aids

Hearing aids come in six major types, depending on where on the ear they are worn. In this section, you’ll learn the main advantages and disadvantages of each type of hearing aid, as well as which lifestyle and level of hearing loss they are best suited for.

In-the-ear (ITE)

  • Easy to handle and insert into the ear
  • Long-lasting battery life
  • Available in a variety of flesh tones
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In-the-canal (ITC)

  • Discreet
  • Natural hearing experience
  • Cuts down on feedback
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Completely-in-canal (CIC)

  • Very discreet
  • Low feedback due to placement
  • Stays in place
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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

  • Easy to handle
  • Easy to adjust
  • Larger batteries for longer battery life
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Receiver-in-the-canal (RIC)

  • No “plugged up” feeling
  • Minimizes sounds of your own voice by allowing sounds to escape ear canal
  • Small, virtually unnoticeable casings
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Invisible-in-canal (IIC)

  • Least noticeable hearing aid
  • Placement produces natural sound localization
  • Reduced occlusion
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Speech and Language

Speech / Language Therapy Services

We have professionals in the areas of speech/language therapy, occupational therapy and applied behavior analysis who are trained to treat a variety of disorders. Having a diverse staff allows us to pair each client with the right professional who then customizes a treatment plan to meet that individual's specific needs.

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