Hearing aids come in all kinds of shapes and sizes and can treat different types of hearing loss. They can also come with a great deal of questions. As hearing aid experts we are here to help you choose the right type of hearing aid for specific type of hearing loss and the best fit for your lifestyle. Learn more about hearing aids with the helpful information in the sections below. Contact us when your ready to start hearing life again.
We work with all major hearing aid manufacturers to ensure our patients have access to a variety of options when choosing their hearing aids. Our partnerships additionally allow us to offer devices at low cost to our patients. We can help you decide which style and brand is right for you. Below is a list…Read More
A diagnosis of hearing loss can be unsettling – but hearing aids have come a long way from the bulky instruments of the past! Today’s digital devices are smaller and more comfortable than ever, and deliver excellent sound quality. They are packed with features and options, giving the patient a variety of choices but also…Read More
Hearing aids have improved greatly with the advent of digital technology. If you’re picturing big and bulky devices with questionable sound quality, you’ll be pleased to learn today’s instruments are smaller, more comfortable and provide sound that is more natural. They are available in a variety of sizes and styles, so finding one that appeals…Read More
Hearing aids are a major investment, but like all equipment exposed to a hostile environment on a daily basis, are subject to damage over time. You might want to consider repairing yours first, before paying money for a new unit. Often the solution is simple. Common Hearing Aid Maintenance If your hearing aid isn’t functioning…Read More
Our practice works with several insurance companies and are providers for most major insurances including: Medicare Senior Care Plus HHP Blue Cross/ Blue Shield State of Nevada Numerous Others Our office will bill your insurance for you and help you determine what your coverage is. It should be noted that Medicare does not cover the…Read More
Traveling, whether on business or pleasure, is typically a fun and relaxing activity. But those with hearing loss face special challenges due to their inability to communicate normally, making travel a stressful experience. With a little preparation, however, travel can be easier and more pleasurable. The following travel tips will help those with hearing loss…Read More