At Certified Hearing Aid Care, we offer a wide range of services to ensure your hearing health is what it should be. We start with a comprehensive hearing evaluation and based on the results, we work with you to improve any hearing loss you might have.
Comprehensive Hearing Evaluations
A comprehensive hearing evaluation is a multi-part test to measure your total hearing ability. It is a relatively quick and painless process. At Certified Hearing Aid Care, we evaluate your hearing in the following manner:
- Air Conduction
While wearing headphones, you will listen to tones of different frequencies and identify the lowest possible volume of detection for each frequency tone. Air conduction is testing the entire hearing mechanism from the outer, middle to inner part of the ear.
- Bone Conduction
Bone conduction is tested through a bone oscillator that is placed behind your ear on the mastoid bone, or on your forehead. This transfers sound directly to your inner ear. Bone conduction will evaluate how well just the inner ear is working, as opposed to the entire hearing system.
- Word Recognition
Word recognition testing evaluates your ability to understand words at a comfortable loudness level. Sometimes, patients can hear words, but cannot understand what is being said.
Hearing Aid Sales and Service
In cases where a hearing aid is recommended, we will help you select the best device to suit your needs, budget and insurance coverage. At Certified Hearing Aid Care, we can fit patients of all ages. We perform in-office repairs and manufacturer repairs of all models of hearing aids are available. We’ll even provide you with a FREE loaner hearing aid to use while your device is being repaired.
Types of Hearing Aids
Choosing the right hearing aid is a big decision. There are many options when it comes to style and manufacturer. At Certified Hearing Aid Care, we will explain all the options available to you and make recommendations based on your needs, lifestyle, budget and insurance coverage.
We sell and service all major brands of digital hearing aids. There are five basic types of hearing aids. Once your hearing is evaluated, we will help you choose the best for your needs.
Swim Plugs & Noise Reducing Earplugs
Floatable swim plugs are made of soft silicone for comfort and excellent sealing qualities. Soft to the touch and extremely tough and durable, they can be worn daily. Swim plugs are available in a wide variety of colors.
Hearing Assistive Devices
Hearing Aid Cleaners and Sanitizers
Hearing Aid Batteries
Ear Wax Removal Products