Audiology & Hearing Aids

Hearing loss affects more than 466 million people worldwide. It can be caused by multiple factors including (but not limited to) genetics, chronic infections, excessive noise, and most popularly, aging. However, the frustrations of living with hearing loss can be resolved easily with today’s wide-range of hearing devices and proper audiological care.

Hearing Devices

We offer three primary types of devices to help treat hearing loss across various severities
Hearing Aids

Removable devices used to amplify sound for those with conductive or sensorineural hearing loss

Osseointegrated Devices

Implanted device used for the treatment of conductive and mixed hearing loss as well as single-sided deafness

Cochlear Implants

Implanted device that provides sound detection and speech recognition for those with severe to profound hearing loss


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