The good news is hearing aid technology keeps advancing ...
... the hard part is selecting the right hearing aid for your lifestyle!
From completely invisible aids that rest in the ear canal, to hearing devices custom-molded to fit in your ear, to the familiar behind-the-ear hearing devices, there are lots of hearing aids available to fit a variety of needs.
There are even hearing aids that stream phone calls and music from your smart phone or mobile device! To pick the right hearing aid for you, let us be your expert to help figure out what type of hearing aid can improve your hearing.
We're here to help you or your loved one rediscover the joy of hearing! We are passionate about our expertise and know the best hearing aid brands to help you start your hearing journey.
It starts with a complete evaluation, not just a hearing test. This is where we listen to you talk about your life and your needs so that we can recommend the best solution for you.
What to expect during your evaluation:
When you arrive at our office, you will be greeted by our friendly office staff. If you did not complete your patient forms prior to your visit, you will be asked to fill out those forms.
We will go over personal information with you and one of our hearing professionals will ask you questions about the situations and environments in which you are having hearing issues.
We will perform a variety of audiological tests to determine what hearing loss you are experiencing. Rest assured, these hearing tests are painless and non-invasive.
Finally, we will take time to review all of your test results with you and discuss the best treatment and care options for you or your loved one! Our goal is your 100% satisfaction!
We offer COMPLETE hearing evaluations!
When we say COMPLETE, we meant it. We go above and beyond!
At Sound Hearing Care, we offer you comprehensive hearing evaluations and follow all state requirements. By using the most advanced digital testing equipment, we can determine the severity and type of any hearing loss found.
Sound Hearing Care is one of only 30% of hearing centers that typically test for processing disorders, which is crucial when fitting hearing aids.