Audiology and Hearing Aid Services
At Desert Hearing Care, we value the importance of hearing to your everyday life. Whether it’s friends and family or coworkers and acquaintances, hearing plays a significant role in communicating well.
This is why we offer a comprehensive line-up of services to best suit our patients’ needs. From battery sales to hearing protection, the professionals at Desert Hearing Care are ready to help you on your journey to better hearing health.
Hearing aids are highly advanced pieces of technology. Because they rely on small button batteries to power them, it’s crucial to have replacements available when necessary. To assist you with your battery needs, we offer the following sizes at our office:
- Size 10 (yellow)
- Size 312 (brown)
- Size 13 (orange)
- Size 675 (blue)
If you’re experiencing hearing loss or tinnitus, one of the first things our professionals will do is examine your physical ear. Earwax impactions are responsible for a number of different ailments, including: hearing loss, dizziness, balance issues and tinnitus. In the event you have earwax buildup, we will remove it gently and quickly; checking to ensure symptoms resolve after extraction.
If you or someone you love is suffering from hearing loss, it’s important to have your hearing tested. We offer an extensive line-up of hearing tests at Desert Hearing Care to determine if an impairment is present. These tests are simple and pain-free. Our professionals will analyze your results and discuss any recommended steps moving forward.
Did you know exposure to loud noise is one of the leading causes of hearing loss and tinnitus? One of the best ways to preserve your hearing ability is by wearing proper protection when exposed to loud noises. This means while you’re at a concert, shooting at the range or performing yard work like mowing the lawn or blowing leaves. Find out more about the range of hearing protection available at Desert Hearing Care.
Once your hearing aids have been fitted to your complete satisfaction, we will provide you with detailed information on how they should be maintained. Of course, you can have your hearing aids checked by us at any time. This will ensure that the sound quality remains as good as ever, and will extend the life of your aids.
Hearing Aid Dispensing & Fitting
If you’re diagnosed with hearing loss, our professionals will likely recommend hearing aids as the best course of treatment. These tiny pieces of technology come in a multitude of sizes, styles and manufacturers, meaning it’s essential to find the right one for your specific needs. The professionals at Desert Hearing Care will walk you through your best options, answer any questions and then fit your devices to your hearing loss needs once you’ve made your selection.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Because hearing aids are technology-based, they can be prone to small issues from time to time. At Desert Hearing Care, we perform hearing aid repairs on-site to make it easier than ever for you to get your devices fixed in a timely fashion. In the event severe damage has been done to your hearing aid, we’ll send it to the manufacturer for repairs and communicate that process and timeframe with you.
In Office Services
To help keep your hearing aids in tip-top shape, we offer cleaning and maintenance services in our office. While daily hearing aid cleaning and maintenance is an important part of caring for your devices, it’s also a good idea to have them evaluated and examined by a professional at least every six months.
Tinnitus Evaluation and Management
In addition to hearing-related services, Desert Hearing Care also provides tinnitus evaluation and management. Tinnitus is commonly described as hearing a ringing, buzzing or whooshing in your ears that is not present to anyone else. This condition can be detrimental to your quality of life, so it’s essential to visit a professional for evaluation and relief options.
This method of examination is used to test and check the performance and health of your middle ear, the mobility of your eardrum and your conduction bones. It works by channeling variations of air pressure through the ear canal to determine functionality.