Hearing Aid Dispensing

Is It Time to Get Hearing Aids?
If you’re reading this, you may already suspect you might need hearing aids. If you answer yes to two or more of these questions, it’s time to schedule an appointment.

  1. Do you & your significant other argue over what was said to you?
  2. Do others complain the TV is too loud?
  3. Do you use the phrases, “Excuse me?”, “Can you repeat that?”, or “What did you say?” several times a day?
  4. Do you plan your nights out based on how loud it might be at your destination?
  5. Do you avoid large family dinners because they’re too noisy?

Hearing Aid Options

Hearing aids are an advanced solution for hearing loss. Current hearing aids are less noticeable and have better sound quality than ever before. They’re a lot different from the hearing aids of your parents! If you’re struggling to have conversations with family and friends, it may be time to give hearing aids a chance to improve your quality of life.

By working with several of the major hearing aid manufacturers, we can make sure to find the device that best fits your lifestyle, your hearing loss and your budget. Still not sure? Ask for a hearing aid trial so you can be confident our choice is the right one for you.

Brands We Trust

Oticon – People First is a promise: everything at Oticon begins with the people we are doing it for. This manufacturer focuses on not simply trying to help you hear more, but to live more.
Resound – Your hearing experience should address your unique needs. Resound has proven to be reliable, innovative & capable of providing great sound quality design excellence.
Phonak – With a myriad of device options Phonak has the right hearing aid for you, regardless of type/degree of hearing loss, your lifestyle, your personal preferences, you or your loved ones age, or your budget.
Signia – Signia hearing aids deliver the sound that nature intended by delivering uncompromised audibility and preserving the familiar sound of your own natural voice. Signia also has several unique options for patients who also suffer from tinnitus, such as notch therapy.
Unitron – The small size & flawless finish contribute to the impressive appearance. Each detail is combined for comfort and functional buttons are designed for effortless use.
Widex – Our uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as our own revolutionary wireless technology. Widex also provides proprietary therapy for tinnitus with their Zen program.

Styles of Hearing Aids

Behind-the-ear Hearing aids. These hearing aids are great for clients with the most severe hearing losses. They provide access to sounds for those who need some extra volume.

Receiver-in-the-canal hearing aids are appropriate for clients with mild to severe hearing losses. They are discreet and offer additional options like rechargeability and Bluetooth connectivity.



In-the-ear hearing aids come in all shapes and sizes and are custom fit to your ear. These hearing aids, depending on the size, are appropriate for mild to severe losses.