Arizona Locations

Ear to Hear in arizona

Hearing Aid Centers in Arizona

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Sun City West

13711 W Camino Del Sol #7
Sun City West, AZ 85375
(623) 745-8127

Peoria

9133 W Thunderbird Rd
Peoria, AZ 85381
(602) 786-5422

Mesa

7115 E Baseline Rd #107
Mesa, AZ 85209
(480) 725-6055

Ear to Hear in Arizona
(some offices formerly known as Emery Hearing Centers)

Ear to Hear in Arizona (some stores formerly known as Emery Hearing Centers) is your local provider for all of your hearing needs in the Phoenix metro area. Because we are a local provider, Ear To Hear is able to able to offer hearing aids at inexpensive prices compared to many competitors in the area. We offer hearing aids that start below $1,000. You can see our hearing aid prices here

TYPES OF HEARING AIDS PROVIDED

There are two different general types of digital hearing aids, and we offer both styles: over the ear style and in the ear custom style of hearing aids. For the over the ear style, we offer different sizes depending on what you prefer and what works best for your hearing loss. The custom in the ear hearing aids come in three different shapes: the completely in the canal, in the canal, and the full shell. At your appointment we can discuss the options that work best for your needs.

HEARING AID BRANDS

We are proud to offer many leading hearing aid brands including Widex, Signia, Siemens, Rexton, Starkey, Unitron, Resound and Phonak. We also offer types of hearing aids that have bluetooth capabilities and rechargeable battery options.

OTHER SERVICES PROVIDED

Along with a free hearing evaluation, we are happy to provide free cleanings of existing hearing aids and a complete analysis of your current hearing aids. We also provide a repair service on all makes of hearing aids no matter the brand or the style. With any purchase of new hearing aids from our company, you will receive free lifetime service and unlimited recalibration on your new hearing aids.

Hearing Loss is Serious. We can help.

20% of Americans report some degree of hearing loss. In fact, hearing loss is the 3rd most common condition behind arthritis and heart disease. The effects of hearing loss can be severe and include social isolation, reduced productivity at work and lower satisfaction in relationships. There have even been studies that have linked untreated hearing loss with dementia-related symptoms. If you suspect that you or a loved one has a hearing loss, schedule an appointment for a free hearing test to find out what the available options are.