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The world around you will sound clearer when you visit the experts at Clear Choice Hearing Solutions.
Using the latest technology and innovations, we bring brilliant sound back to your life.
Hearing Loss Evaluations
If you think you're suffering from hearing loss, come visit our office for a thorough exam and evaluation. Our staff is always here to treat you right.more
Hearing Loss Prevention
Learn methods and techniques that help save your hearing and make the world sound its best for years to come. Trust in our expert care today.more
Hearing Loss Treatment
When hearing loss begins to affect your life, turn to our caring professionals for the right treatment. Our job is to make the world sound right again.more
That Personal Touch
You'll always get individual attention when you visit our office, as well as a treatment plan designed especially for you. Take the first step and call us today.more
Frequently asked hearing questions
We know you have questions about hearing loss, and we're here to provide the answers. Call us to learn more about what we do during regular business hours, but first read some frequently asked questions that will educate you about what might be going on with your body.
Understanding Hearing Loss
What is hearing loss?
Hearing loss is defined by not being able to hear tones and pitches clearly. It may also result in not understanding certain sounds.
Why am I losing my hearing?
Many factors can contribute to hearing loss, including genetic circumstances, loud noises, and some diseases. However, hearing loss is most often caused by the natural aging process.
My hearing loss is manageable. Why should I purchase hearing devices if I only have some hearing loss?
While your hearing loss is not overly noticeable immediately, even the slightest loss may have a negative effect on your physical and mental well-being. According to studies, hearing loss left untreated can result in things like hypertension, dementia, and depression.
Why do I need two hearing aids? Won't one be good enough to address my hearing loss?
We naturally hear from two different sources, also known as binaural hearing. This is why people with hearing loss should use two hearing devices.