Assessing hearing loss and other issues
To assess your hearing, an audiologist (a highly trained hearing professional) will conduct a hearing test, then provide a diagnosis and treatment plan that may include hearing aids to help you regain your hearing. You are at high risk for hearing loss if you are repeatedly exposed to loud noises that can damage hearing. Ignoring hearing problems can lead to avoiding others, anxiety, and even depression, but hearing loss is treatable.
What type of hearing aids would work for me?
Choosing a hearing device for the first time is an important decision that your trained audiologist can guide you through as part of your treatment plan. Hearing aids can be customized to your hearing needs and lifestyle to make your hearing sharper and longer lasting. There are many types of hearing devices, but the most common are in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids. We offer a 30-day trial period with unlimited visits to help ensure a proper fit.
Why ARC for hearing aids?
ARC Audiologists have more training and experience in the field of audiology. We work with most major manufacturers and can offer state-of-the-art technology and hearing aids that fit all budgets, needs, and lifestyles.
- Ear Molds: Custom-Made Noise Protection Earmolds
Ear Molds: Custom-Made Noise Protection Earmolds
You can protect your hearing with custom-made hearing protection ear molds or ear plugs. Ear molds are custom-made in-the-ear devices that protect your hearing with noise-canceling abilities and channel and amplify sound.
- Hearing Aid: Warranty Service
Hearing Aid: Warranty Service
ARC offers hearing aid warranty services for patients who purchase hearing aids through ARC.
- Ear Ringing (tinnitus)
Ear Ringing (tinnitus)
Tinnitus is the sound of ringing in the ears. It may also be described as a roaring, buzzing, hissing, or clicking sound inside the head. The sounds may come and go.
- Hearing loss
Older adults are the largest group affected by hearing loss. Things that lead to hearing loss include age-related hearing loss (presbycusis), exposure to loud noise, and hereditary causes.
- Hearing Problems
Hearing problems could be an early sign of hearing loss. This can include changes in noise volume around you and trouble understanding others when they talk.
- Severe Hearing Loss
Severe Hearing Loss
Things that lead to severe hearing loss include age-related hearing loss (presbycusis), exposure to loud noise, and hereditary causes. Older adults are the largest group affected by hearing loss.