Hearing Testing and Evaluations
Choosing the right hearing aid starts with a clear understanding of your unique hearing loss needs. Our advanced testing procedures accurately identify whether or not you have hearing loss and measure the type and severity.
If you suspect a hearing issue, a hearing test is your first step. It will determine if you have hearing loss and outline the extent and specifics. Your provider will use this information to tailor a treatment plan to your needs and get you on the path to better hearing.More on Hearing Evaluation
At Digital Hearing Aid Centers we offer free hearing tests to determine the need for hearing aids. Our hearing tests are conducted in a professional sound booth and a top of the line digital audiometer is used to ensure accurate results.More on Hearing Tests and Otoscopy
Online Hearing Test
Think You Might Have Hearing Loss?
Take our free, 5-minute online test to get a better understanding of your hearing health. It can determine if a professional screening is right for you.
Finding the Perfect Match.
Hearing loss looks different for everyone, and as a result, there are a number of hearing aid varieties on the market. Through careful evaluations and custom fittings, we’ll help you find the best device for your hearing loss needs.
Hearing Aid Services
We Service Your Devices
From hearing aid screening, selection and fittings, to ongoing maintenance and repairs – we offer a wide range of services to keep your hearing aids performing their best.
These evaluations determine if hearing aids are the best course of action for your hearing journey. If so, your provider will help you choose the best hearing aid style and features based on your level of hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget.More on Hearing Aid Evaluation
Once you’ve chosen hearing aids, the next step is to get them fitted and working just right. Your provider will walk you through proper care and maintenance, as well as make adjustments to ensure you’re getting the most from your new device.More on Hearing Aid Fitting
Life happens, and wear and tear on your hearing aids is normal. If your device isn’t functioning properly, bring them in to have them assessed. Whether it’s physical damage or aging parts, your provider can address the issue and get you back to better hearing.More on Hearing Aid Repair