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Your Hearing Health

There is a lot to learn when it comes to your health and well-being. In addition to making an appointment with a professional, educating yourself on your hearing is an important step toward improving your quality of life, health, and happiness!

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Types of Hearing Loss

There are four main types of hearing loss, all which come with their own set of challenges and treatment options.

Associated Health Concerns

Your hearing is important to your overall health and well-being. See how these common health concerns are related to your ears.

Other Ear Conditions

Hearing loss is not the only condition you may be experiencing with your ears. Take a look at the other conditions that could be impacting your ear health.


If you've ever experienced a ringing, roaring, clicking, hissing, or buzzing sound in your ears when no outside sound is present, you are not alone. 50 million Americans experience tinnitus to some degree, and 16 million Americans have tinnitus that is severe enough that they seek medical attention. Although tinnitus can be disruptive to your everyday life, there are effective treatment options available.

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Hearing Loss

48 million Americans 
have hearing loss

Hearing loss affects people of all ages. 
1 in 5 teens has hearing loss.

Hearing loss and tinnitus are the top health concerns of active service members and veterans

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Hearing Aids

Almost all cases of hearing loss can be treated with hearing aids. In the past few years, hearing aids have evolved tremendously to be smaller and more effective than hearing aids of the past. Many are smartphone compatible and allow you to stream music, phone calls, and more directly to your devices.

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Have questions about hearing health?

We've got you covered. See the most frequently asked questions from patients like you.

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How loud is too loud?

Normal Conversation:
50-60 dB

See how the everyday sounds you are exposed to could impact your hearing.

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Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing loss affects people of all ages—even children! In fact, hearing loss is a condition that affects over 3 million children in the United States alone. If your child is showing signs of hearing loss, it is important that it is identified early on. Your local provider will be able to recommend the best course of action and treatment options.

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Tips for Family

Does your loved one have hearing loss? Here are some things you can do to support them in their journey.

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Put Your Hearing to the Test

Sometimes, hearing loss happens so gradually that it can be difficult to notice at first. However, there are some common signs that indicate you may have hearing loss. Want some answers now? Take this short survey to determine if it's time for you to make a hearing appointment.

Take a 3-minute hearing test!

Read the following statements and select “yes” if they apply to you most of the time, “sometimes” if they apply once in a while, and “no” if they don't apply at all.

I have trouble hearing the other person on the phone.


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