Ear To Hear - Ocala

9401 SW State Route 200 Suite #301
Ocala, Florida 34481

Directions to our practice

Take SR-200 to SW 95th Cir and head north. Pass the Emergency Center, and take your first right into the office building complex. We are located in suite #301.

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Hearing Aids at Ear to Hear in Ocala

We offer a variety of hearing aids in all styles and from the major hearing aid manufacturers. At Ear To Hear in Ocala, 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 Ocala

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 Ocala 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!

Information about Hearing Loss

Did you know that one in three people age 65 or older experiences some degree of hearing loss? Hearing loss is a natural part of aging – in fact, one of the causes is presbycusis (age-related hearing loss). Another cause is exposure to noise, which causes noise-induced hearing loss. Often times, noise-induced hearing loss occurs due to occupational hazards from working in loud industries.

Ocala Florida is also home to large number of veterans, serving in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Approximately 60% of veterans returning from combat zones have reported cases of hearing loss and/or tinnitus (a ringing of the ears), due to exposure to loud sound in the field. Ear to Hear is proud to offer hearing health care to the veterans in our community.

Whether it’s age-related or noise-induced, it’s important to keep a look out for the signs of hearing loss. Because hearing loss is an invisible condition, it’s difficult to identify at first. For this reason, hearing specialists recommend that people begin taking annual hearing tests at the age of 50 – which happens to be the median age of residents in Beverly Hills! Even if a hearing loss is not detected, having your audiogram on record helps you remain aware of your hearing abilities year by year.

At Ear to Hear in Ocala, we offer free hearing evaluations. This simple, painless test will gauge your hearing abilities and give you important information on your hearing health.

The Benefits of Treating Hearing Loss

Here in Ocala, the most common jobs held by residents are food service, sales, administrative, healthcare support, and cleaning and maintenance. All of these occupations require clear communication. With untreated hearing loss, speech recognition becomes difficult and can lead to difficulties in communication.

Studies have shown that people with untreated hearing loss have lower earning power than their colleagues with normal hearing or their colleagues who treat their hearing loss with hearing aids. The benefits of treating hearing loss extend far beyond a paycheck as well.

For many older Americans, untreated hearing loss can be an incredibly isolating experience. Studies from Finland have shown that older people with untreated hearing loss have a limited “life space,” meaning they are not confident to move around as much in their neighborhood as do people with normal hearing. Here in Ocala, approximately 80% of people drive on their own to get from place to place, including their commute to work. With hearing loss, this could compromise your driving abilities.

Furthermore, social isolation could contribute to a greater risk for developing depression and anxiety. Additionally, social isolation could contribute to an increased risk for dementia, as does leaving hearing loss untreated. Studies from Johns Hopkins University have found links between untreated hearing loss and diminished cognitive abilities, which could increase the risk for dementia.

Ocala Information

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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.