Hearing tests diagnose hearing loss. Hearing loss affects about one-third of all adults over the age of 65. Most people wait an average of seven years before they seek help with their hearing problem.


If you or a loved one is getting fit with hearing aids soon, you’re probably wondering what’s in store for you. Learn more about the typical hearing aid fitting process and what to expect.


Tinnitus is the perception of ringing or buzzing in one or both ears. It can be constant, or it can come and go, and it is often associated with hearing loss. Our goal is to work with you to relieve this condition.


We know how important your hearing aids are to your quality of life. That’s why it's important to stay up to date on servicing and repairing when needed.


You're entitled to impeccable sound clarity. Uncover the true potential of your hearing aids by utilizing a probe microphone for real ear measurement - it's the most accurate way to assess their performance. This scientific approach will elucidate the necessary tweaks to boost their efficacy. After all, better hearing aid tuning promotes a more enriched auditory experience.

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One of the most common forms of hearing loss occurs from exposure to loud noises (noise-induced hearing loss, or NIHL). Repeated exposure to sound levels above 85 decibels can cause permanent, irreversible hearing loss. Prevention is of utmost importance.

Hearing Loss

You are not alone

Hearing loss affects over roughly 48 million Americans and one in six baby boomers. Many factors can attribute to hearing loss, but most often, it’s simply a result of aging. Hearing loss generally happens slowly over a period of years.

Over time, you may have become accustomed to asking others to speak up or repeat themselves, or maybe you find it more difficult to hear in restaurants or loud areas.

Don’t feel like you have to stop doing things you enjoy because your hearing has caused them to be straining.

Hearing Aids

Better hearing through better technology

With so many hearing aid options available today,  the style of device you choose and the technologies inside depend on the type and severity of your hearing loss and lifestyle. It can be very confusing.

HearCare Audiology takes the guesswork out of the buying process. By gaining a better understanding of your lifestyle we can recommend the right hearing aid for your specific needs.



The Path to Better Hearing

Schedule a Consultation

Start your journey to better hearing by scheduling a consultation with our hearing care professionals. During the consultation, we'll assess your hearing needs and discuss potential solutions.

Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation

Our team will conduct a thorough hearing evaluation to determine the nature and extent of your hearing loss. The results of the evaluation will inform our recommendations for hearing aids or other treatment options.

Customized Hearing Aid Fitting

Based on your hearing evaluation, we'll work with you to select the best hearing aids for your unique needs. We'll ensure a comfortable and customized fit, and we'll make any necessary adjustments for optimal performance.

Follow-Up and Ongoing Support

Your hearing care journey doesn't end with the fitting. We'll schedule follow-up appointments to check on your progress and make any needed adjustments. Our team is also available for ongoing support, ensuring you get the most out of your hearing aids.


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