Ear to Hear in Fort Myers

Fort Myers's Premier Hearing Center

Ear to Hear in Fort Myers

8191 College Pkwy
Suite 205
Ft. Myers, FL 33913

Directions to our practice

Our Fort Myers office is located on College Parkway, two blocks east of Whiskey Creek drive. Our practice is located on the south side of the road in a two story white office building. 

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Hearing Aids at Ear to Hear in Fort Myers

We offer a variety of hearing aids in all styles and from the major hearing aid manufacturers. At Ear To Hear in Ft Myers, we offer hearing aids from Signia, Widex, Resound, Phonak, Unitron, Starkey and more. 

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Signia (formerly siemens)

The Signia hearing aid brand (formerly known as Siemens hearing instruments) is owned by Sivantos, the same company that owns HearUSA, Rexton and more. Their most current product is the NX line of hearing aids that include the Signia Charge & Go, as well as the Silk invisible hearing aid. 

Widex

Widex is a Danish hearing aids company, long known for their exceptional sound quality. Their most current hearing aid, the Widex Evoke, is the first hearing aid to utilize machine learning technology. 

Resound

ReSound hearing aids are part of the GN Nord Store conglomerate. They are credited with making one of the first open-fit hearing aids (the Resound Air). Their latest hearing aid is the LiNX 3D, a made-for-iPhone hearing aid. 

Phonak

The Phonak brand of hearing aids is part of the Sonova congolmerate, which also owns Unitron. They have long been known as an innovative company in the space. They currently have a lineup that features their popular and flexible line of Audeo RIC hearing aids. 

Unitron

Unitron is owned by the same company that owns Phonak and they are headquartered in Canada. Their flagship product is the Moxi All, which is both rechargeable and connects to smartphones. 

Starkey

Starkey is the only major American-owned hearing aid manufacturer left. Owned by Bill Austin, they are also associated with the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which gives away hearing aids to those in developing countries.

Hearing Services at Ear to Hear in Fort Myers

Ear to Hear is a hearing aid center offering hearing aid fitting services and free hearing tests and Otoscopic exams. As an independent hearing aid dispensary, Ear to Hear is proud to serve the residents of Ft Myers for all of their hearing health needs.

Hearing aid fittings

We can fit and program hearing aids from almost any manufacturer. Our hearing aid fittings are backed by local service, a factory warranty, and a risk-free guarantee. 

hearing aid repair

We can repair almost any make and model of hearing aid. If your hearing aid isn’t working properly, bring it in to Ear to Hear for a comprehensive inspection. 

hearing tests

In addition to hearing aid services, we also offer free hearing aid exams to the public. Not sure if you have a hearing loss? Then come in to one of our hearing aid offices today for a complete check-up!

Treating Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a condition that often occurs naturally as we age. With one in three people age 65 and older experiencing some form of hearing loss, it’s important to us here at Ear to Hear Online to raise awareness about the importance of hearing health amongst older Americans living in Fort Myers.

 

On average, it takes seven years from the time a person first notices changes in their hearing until they decide to seek treatment. Because hearing loss is an invisible condition, it may not be immediately apparent to you or your loved ones that hearing loss is the culprit in difficulties with communication. Leaving hearing loss untreated can lead to social isolation – something that is especially detrimental to the emotional and mental well-being of older Americans. Studies have linked untreated hearing loss and social isolation to an increased risk for dementia.

 

Identifying and treating hearing loss ensures that you stay connected to your loved ones and your community, and to the activities you love. In a place like Fort Myers, full of museums, parades, festivals, theaters, music performances, and art galleries, not to mention fantastic restaurants and a downtown full of charming shops, staying connected through hearing is of utmost importance.

Fort Myers, Florida: US News #15 Best Place to Retire

After analyzing 100 metro areas in the US, US News found Fort Myers, Florida to be one of the best places to live. With a busy calendar of events from festivals to theatrical performances and robust cultural activities in and around Fort Myers, it’s no wonder people are flocking to this southwestern “City of Palms.”

In the late 19th– and early 20th-century, Fort Myers began to grow in popularity as a winter destination, thanks to major industrial leaders such as Thomas Edison and Henry Ford who built winter homes in the area. In 1904, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad opened, providing passenger and freight service throughout Lee County. By 1908, the Arcade Theatre opened in downtown Fort Myers as a vaudeville house, then movie house.

Today, this commitment to live performance and the moving image still exists in Fort Myers, with a full slate of programming year-round. No wonder it ranks as #15 in the top places to retire. Here in Fort Myers approximately 25% of residents are over the age of 60.

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Get a 7-day risk-free trial
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Ear to Hear offers a 7-day risk free trial on hearing aids. Give yourself the opportunity to try hearing aids in any environment, risk-free.

Ft. Myers Industry

Here in Fort Myers, the most common jobs are in sales, administration, management, food and service, and cleaning and maintenance. In terms of specialized jobs, there are people who work in farming, fishing, and forestry, as well as construction and extraction.

Did you know that 60% of the American workforce experiences some degree of hearing loss? Work-related hearing loss may occur if proper measures are not taken. Believe it or not, exposure to sounds over 85 decibels for just 8 hours of a work day could permanently harm your hearing. Whether you work in a busy restaurant – where volumes can get quite high – or in construction or farming, it’s important to make sure your ears are protected from exposure to loud noise.

Fort Myers has a burgeoning economy – and you’re an important part of it. Schedule an annual hearing test with us at Ear to Hear to ensure that you’re hearing your best on the job. If a hearing loss is detected, we’ll work with you to find the best hearing solution.