If you’re tired of straining to hear what other people are saying or your hearing loss is affecting your daily life, it may be time to consider hearing aids. At South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center, Stan Phillips, MD, and his team offer comprehensive hearing assessments to assess the severity of your hearing loss. They also provide custom-made hearing aids in-office, so you don’t have to go anywhere else. Call the office in Huntersville, North Carolina, to schedule a consultation for hearing aids or book an appointment online today.
A hearing aid is a small electronic device that you wear in or behind your ear to improve your hearing.
The device contains a microphone, speaker, and an amplifier to make sounds louder whether you’re in a quiet or noisy environment. Hearing aids can enhance the volume of sounds and the clarity of your conversations with other people.
You may benefit from hearing aids if you have hearing loss that results from damage to the sensory cells in your inner ear. This type of hearing loss can occur because of ear injuries, disease, or age-related changes in the ear.
The South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center team recommends scheduling a hearing loss evaluation if you:
The team offers comprehensive hearing evaluations and provides a wide range of hearing aids in-office. They can provide hearing aid repair services on-site to ensure your hearing aids fit well and are working properly.
South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center offers hearing aids designed for your unique needs and lifestyle. They provide comprehensive hearing assessments to determine if you’re a candidate for a hearing aid and identify what type is right for you.
The team offers hearing aids for mild to severe hearing loss in styles like:
Invisible hearing aids are custom-made and completely invisible in most ears. They are beneficial for people with mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Completely in canal hearing aids are custom-made and virtually undetectable in the ear. CIC hearing aids can address mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
In the canal hearing aids are custom-made to fit your ear and available in a variety of color options. ITCs can treat mild to severe hearing loss.
In-the-ear hearing aids are easy to adjust and custom-fit to your ear with several color options available. ITEs can benefit those with mild to severe hearing loss.
A receiver in canal hearing aid connects through Bluetooth® to smartphones and laptops and has replaceable batteries. RICs can treat mild to severe hearing loss.
Rechargeable RICs are also available on-site.
Standard BTEs are available with replaceable batteries in a variety of color options. Rechargeable BTEs with Bluetooth connectivity are also available in-office. This type of hearing aid can treat moderate to severe hearing loss.
Call South Lake Ears Nose and Throat, Hearing and Tinnitus Center or schedule a consultation online to learn more about the benefits of hearing aids.