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You don’t have to struggle in silence.


So much depends on sound. Your career. Your responsibilities. Your relationships. It’s your connection to world, and losing it is devastating. The thing about hearing loss is that it’s invisible and only you can make the decision to do something about it. Read on to learn more about hearing loss, if you believe you’re experiencing these symptoms, let us help you. Call (855) 243-5541 to set up your free hearing exam.

Signs you may have hearing loss.

  • Frequently asking others to repeat themselves.
  • Turning up the volume on the TV and radio to levels that are uncomfortable for others.
  • You don’t always hear the doorbell or telephone ring
  • You can hear people speak, but struggle to understand the words they are saying.
  • It feels like others are always mumbling.
  • Understanding conversation in groups or with background noise is difficult.
  • You hear a buzzing or ringing noise in your ears.

What to expect when the noises fade.


Sound is special. It has the power to thrill us, to soothe us, to captivate us. The symptoms of hearing loss often appear gradually and can be difficult to detect on your own. Family members and caregivers are usually the first to recognize a problem, but losing the ability to hear can be difficult to accept. It’s a life-changing event, one that can be hard to understand if it’s not happening to you. If someone in your life is suffering from hearing loss, be supportive and learn about his or her condition.

Signs someone you know may have hearing loss.

  • They frequently ask you to repeat.
  • The volume they watch TV at is uncomfortable for others.
  • They frequently miss the doorbell or telephone ringing.
  • They blame their inability to understand you because of mumbling.
  • You’ve noticed they withdraw or isolate themselves, so they don’t have to struggle to hear.
  • They have stopped doing things they once loved, like going to church or the movies.

If you suffer from a hearing loss.

You don’t have to struggle in silence.

So much depends on sound. Your career. Your responsibilities. Your relationships. It’s your connection to the world, and losing it is devastating. If you’re experience symptoms of hearing loss, let us help you. Call (855) 243-5541 to set up your free hearing exam.

 

Signs you may have hearing loss.

  • Frequently asking other to repeat themselves. 
  • Turning up the volume on the TV and radio to levels that are uncomfortable for others.
  • You don’t always hear the doorbell or telephone ring.
  • You can hear people speak, but struggle to understand the words they are saying.
  • It feels like others are always mumbling.
  • Understanding conversations in groups or with background noise is difficult.
  • You hear a buzzing or ringing noise in your ears.

 

If you know someone who suffers from a hearing loss.

What to expect when the noises fade.

Sound is special. It has the power to thrill us, to sooth us and to captivate us. Losing the ability to hear is devastating. It’s a life-changing event, one that can be hard to understand if it’s not happening to you. If someone in your life is suffering from hearing loss, be supportive and learn about his or her condition.

Signs someone you know may have hearing loss.

  • They frequently ask you to repeat.
  • The volume they watch TV at is uncomfortable for others.
  • They frequently miss the doorbell or telephone ringing.
  • They blame their inability to understand you because of mumbling.
  • You’ve noticed they withdraw or isolate themselves, so they don’t have to struggle to hear. 
  • They have stopped doing things they once loved, like going to church or the movies.

You don’t have to struggle in silence.


So much depends on sound. Your career. Your responsibilities. Your relationships. It’s your connection to world, and losing it is devastating. If you’re experiencing symptoms of hearing loss, let us help you. Call (855) 243-5541 to set up your free hearing exam.

Signs you may have hearing loss.


  • Frequently asking other to repeat themselves
  • Turning up the volume on the TV and radio to levels that are uncomfortable for others.
  • You don’t always hear the doorbell or telephone ring
  • You can hear people speak, but struggle to understand the words they are saying.
  • It feels like others are always mumbling.
  • Understanding conversation in groups or with background noise is difficult.
  • You hear a buzzing or ringing noise in your ears.

What to expect when the noises fade.


Sound is special. It has the power to thrill us, to soothe us, to captivate us. Losing the ability to hear is devastating. It’s a life-changing event, one that can be hard to understand if it’s not happening to you. If someone in your life is suffering from hearing loss, be supportive and learn about his or her condition.

Signs someone you know may have hearing loss.


  • They frequently ask you to repeat.
  • The volume they watch TV at is uncomfortable for others.
  • They frequently miss the doorbell or telephone ringing.
  • They blame their inability to understand you because of mumbling.
  • You’ve noticed they withdraw or isolate themselves, so the don’t have to struggle to hear.
  • They have stopped doing things they once loved, like going to church or the movies.

Hearing Loss & Your Health

Read more about how your hearing health is connected to your overall health. Hearing health is very important in order to make sure that you experience life the way it is meant to be experienced.

Hearing Loss & Your Health

How they are connected 

Why Hearing Loss Occurs

Read more about hearing loss and how it occurs. There are many ways that you can protect your hearing. How to spot obvious signs of hearing loss and how you can better protect your ears. 

Why Hearing Loss Occurs

How up can lower your risk of hearing loss 

Hearing Loss Linked to Dementia

In a recent study, hearing loss has been directly linked to people getting early dementia. Read how you can lower your risk of dementia.

Hearing Loss Linked to Dementia

How up can lower your risk of dementia

Explore Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a very common issue that many people experience. Read more about it and how you can keep that white noise in check.

Explore Tinnitus

What is Tinnitus and how you can minimize the noise

Hear the soundtrack to your life.

Are you ready to start hearing again? We can make it happen. Let’s talk about how to begin your hearing journey.

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