Our hearing aid specialists are continuously trained on the latest hearing aid technology available.
Each of our providers are licensed in their state as hearing aid specialists, and provide expert service and care.
As an independent hearing aid practice, we offer the best hearing aids from the leading hearing aid manufacturers.
At Ear to Hear, each new hearing aid comes standard with a factory warranty & 30-day money back guarantee.
We repair hearing aids of most makes and models. No matter where you purchased your aids or how old they are, we can typically clean, repair or reprogram your devices
Our hearing aids come with factory warranties (typically 3 years) direct from the manufacturer. We are an authorized retailer, so you can have peace of mind knowing your hearing aids are covered.
We are a hearing care practice with local hearing aid centers in Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri and Florida.
We are dedicated to helping the hearing impaired live better lives through improved communication.
Generally hearing loss can be categorized as either sensorineural, conductive, or a mixture of the two. Treatment options vary depending on an individuals type and degree of hearing loss.
Conductive hearing loss is caused by a condition or disease that blocks or impedes the movement of sound waves throughout the outer or middle ear resulting in a reduction in loudness or clarity of sound that reaches the inner ear. The treatment for conductive loss may include medical or surgical intervention. Our hearing professionals have been trained to make the appropriate medical referral when appropriate.
Sensorineural hearing loss is the result of damage to the neurons within the inner ear or auditory nerve dysfunction. Those with sensorineural hearing loss experience reduced intensity (loudness) of certain frequencies, often the frequencies associated with speech. Sensorineural hearing loss is typically irreversible and permanent and treated with hearing aids.
It takes most people several years to notice the gradual onset of hearing loss. So if you are starting to have problems hearing certain voices, if you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves, if others seem to mumble, or if you need to turn the TV volume up to a level uncomfortable for others to enjoy – these are signs that it’s time to test your hearing.
Hearing loss can negatively affect one’s emotional and social well being, which can lead to depression, isolation from others, strained relationships, and insecurity.
A hearing test is simple for the patient and the cost is covered by almost all medical insurances, including Medicare.
Short answer: Yes.
Modern hearing aid technology is incredibly advanced, allowing wearers to effortlessly focus their listening attention on the speaker even in complex group situations. Often working professionals find company meetings much easier to follow after they received properly programmed hearing aids.
When visiting our hearing professionals, they will assess your current lifestyle and listening requirements to provide a sound recommendation for hearing aid technology that will work well for you.