The first step in treating hearing loss is to schedule a comprehensive hearing test to find out exactly what you can and can’t hear. Watch for the early signs of hearing loss, discover the cause of your hearing loss, and examine your audiogram to see what sounds you’re missing. Think about your lifestyle and hearing needs, and explore your hearing loss treatment options.
Hearing Aid Services
Once you’ve selected the perfect hearing aid, we’ll take molds of your ears to create the perfect fit. You can try out your new devices with a 30-day free trial, and visit us for follow up visits to check the fit, and ensure your hearing aids are perfectly calibrated to your unique hearing needs. When you need a thorough cleaning or repairs, trust our exceptional staff at Whispering Hearing Centers, and take advantage of the 3-year manufacturer warranty that will cover any major repairs.
If you have a hearing loss caused by damage to the ear canal that’s preventing sound from reaching your inner ear, an implantable device, such as the Bone Anchored Hearing Device (BAHA) can give you back the ability to hear. With a titanium implant behind the ear, you’ll hear sounds more naturally and clearly, and after a couple weeks you’ll forget the implant is even there. If you have hearing loss caused by damaged to the inner ear, a cochlear implant, or electronic device, can replace the function of the damaged area, and send signals straight to the brain to help you hear the sounds around you.
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) can give you a boost in hearing abilities when your hearing aids struggle to provide clear hearing. ALDs can connect your hearing aids to the TV or phone of better speech understanding and great sound quality. An FM system ALD can make conversations in complex listening environments much easier to hear, and help you focus on the sounds you’ve been straining to hear.
One of the biggest risks to your hearing health is from noise, and noise induced hearing loss affects millions of Americans of all ages. To protect your hearing, always wear hearing protection during excessively loud work and leisure activities, and don’t risk your hearing health. From foam earplugs that work in a pinch to professional digital hearing protection that will safeguard your hearing all day, make sure you have the hearing protection that’s right for your needs.
Have you been struggling with tinnitus, that annoying ringing or buzzing sound in your ears? More than 45 million Americans have tinnitus, and suffer from insomnia, irritability, moodiness, and difficulty focusing on tasks. If you have tinnitus, sound therapy or DeSyncra therapy can bring you relief from tinnitus.