Our Audiology Services
The Hearing Care Clinic at ENT Associates is a physician-based hearing resource center that caters specifically to the individual needs of our patients. We provide a unique environment where we evaluate and treat hearing loss by offering a combination of the best hearing professionals in one place.
Our physicians provide medical oversight while our audiologists and hearing instrument specialists provide expertise in the diagnosis and management of hearing loss. This combination allows us to provide available options for medical, surgical, and nonsurgical improvement for your hearing.
We provide comprehensive diagnostic and hearing evaluations, treatment with hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices, and hearing conservation education.
Our audiologists and hearing instrument specialist will design a customized hearing care plan that’s focused on your lifestyle and hearing needs.
As the hearing aid technology continues to improve, we are proud to offer the most recent advancement as well as time proven technology with a range of service tiers. We offer:
Online ordering is available for common hearing aid supplies to be shipped directly to your home address.
Assistive Listening Devices
There are many amplification alternatives available. Whether you’re having difficulty hearing the television or hearing your alarm clock in the morning, we are happy to offer many of these options to you.
- TV Listening System
- Amplified Phone
- Pocket Talker (Amplifier)
Our audiology team will evaluate your needs and offer solutions to help protect your hearing in everyday situations. This may include assistive listening devices or custom earpieces.
- Musician Plugs
- Sleep Plugs
- Custom Ear Molds – For Bluetooth and other hands-free devices
- Custom Plugs- For noisy work environments
While many people can treat their hearing loss with hearing aids, others have degrees of hearing loss that may need advanced treatment. This includes a bone-anchored hearing aid (Oticon Ponto), which is surgically implanted directly behind the ear, causing sound vibrations to be transmitted through the bone to the cochlea.
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