Hearing Care and Hearing Aid Services
Whether you need a comprehensive hearing evaluation or are ready to upgrade your hearing aids, the hearing providers at Quality Hearing 4 Less have the skillset and expertise needed to meet your hearing healthcare needs.
We also offer superior aftercare. Because hearing aids are highly advanced pieces of technology, they can experience technical issues from time to time, whether it’s due to aging, wear and tear or damage to the device. If you notice your device isn’t working as well as it should be, bring it to our office for an inspection and evaluation from one of our professionals. We can make many minor repairs in-house, and can even send it back to the manufacturer for more extensive fixes. Either way, we will work with you to ensure you get the assistance you need.
Custom Earmolds and Earplugs
Earmolds are rubber or plastic components that fit your outer and middle ear. Each ear is unique, like a fingerprint, and each earmold should be custom made and fitted to ensure proper hearing aid fit. Earmolds and earplugs are also used for hearing protection and offer better alternatives to earphone products.
People who have difficulty hearing want to know the first step toward solving the problem. The first step is a hearing evaluation and this begins with a hearing test. Tests are simple and reveal the specific ranges of hearing you are having trouble understanding, especially speech. Like other medical problems, hearing difficulty is unique to the individual. Start with the professional team at Quality Hearing 4 Less for diagnosis and treatment.
Hearing Aid Evaluation and Selection
Every hearing problem should be addressed by hearing technicians and a doctor. The best beginning is to schedule a hearing test. The results of this accurate, individual test will help determine if you can benefit from a hearing aid. Evaluations are done through the use of computer scans, live language testing, an ear exam and discussion about your everyday hearing environment. Should a hearing aid be recommended, we offer the best products on the market.
Hearing Aid Dispensing & Fitting
Every hearing problem is unique, just as every ear is unique. Once you have selected a hearing aid, which is done by considering size, power and care of the unit, we will fit it to your ear. We test and retest every instrument to make sure you are getting the best possible hearing outcome in various hearing situations.
Hearing aids can be tiny and invisible or larger, with the power cell sitting behind the ear. We help you become comfortable with your choice; it can be daunting and confusing at first but fitting the hearing aid and helping you get used to it is one of our main purposes.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Inevitably, hearing aids need a repair of some kind. As with any fine electronic instrument, the hearing aid has tiny parts and wires that can break. Technicians at Quality Hearing 4 Less can repair many of these problems in the office. We can also send your hearing aid to an authorized repair center if necessary.
When you purchase a hearing aid you are shown how to care for it. Cleaning and safety are important, but there comes a time for many users that they need help with maintenance issues. We can help with these, too. We clean and change batteries for most hearing aid brands.
Industrial Hearing Screenings
Many jobs require workers to labor in loud environments: construction, heavy manufacturing and roadway building are just a few. Exposure to loud noise over a long period of time is one of the main causes of hearing loss. Testing for industrial hearing loss is an important component of overall health at work. Our testing meets all OSHA requirements and we offer services and solutions for hearing loss as well.
Musician's Ear Plugs and Monitors: Evaluation and Fitting
People who work around loud music have a unique situation: they need hearing protection but in many cases, they need to hear each musical note. Musicians, venue workers and stagehands need hearing protection. Earplugs and music monitors are designed to protect against the harsh volume of music but allow tonal differentiation to get through to the eardrum.
Musicians monitors are designed to fit each person uniquely. Call for more information today.
Causes of Tinnitus
Tinnitus is described as a ringing in the ear, and can range in severity. A tinnitus evaluation can help you identify how much tinnitus interferes with your daily life and if there are treatment options that can benefit you.