We understand confronting your hearing loss can be difficult. That’s why we want to make your first visit as comfortable as possible. The average hearing consultation lasts about 45 minutes, and during this time you'll meet with our audiologist who will assess your hearing through a questionnaire and hearing test. After we have determined your hearing range and have created your audiogram, we will show you how it compares to other audiograms to determine if you have hearing loss. If necessary, we can provide you with demonstrations and solutions on how to improve your hearing.
We encourage you to bring a family member or a friend with you to your first visit. This can help relieve any stress while also providing a familiar voice to help you experience how a device sounds. We also offer 20% off, depending on technology level!
We're proud to service our local communities with a wide range of audiological and hearing healthcare services:
We also do custom earmolds for a variety of purposes, including custom-fit hearing aids, in-ear-monitors for musicians, and custom swimmer's earplugs. (These help to keep ears dry during swimming for people with TM perforations, chronic otitis media, and/or pressure equalizing tubes.)
Ask us about these during your visit!
We aim to provide the best possible service to our patients. Ask us about any of the below promotions during your appointment!
* Offer valid until January 1st
**For superior level technology purchases, we will provide batteries for the life of the device!
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