Choosing the right Hearing Aid
We’ll match you with the perfect pair of hearing aids.

There’s power in the right hearing aids. 

You deserve to hear birds in the morning, the echo of deep laughter, and every last guitar riff in your favorite song. Do you agree but feel helpless in light of your hearing loss?

Don’t worry, we do the hard part. We’ll match you with the perfect pair of hearing aids for your needs whether you struggle to make out words in a conversation or fight to concentrate over the whistling in your ears. Our team works intentionally so you can listen effortlessly. 

Benefits of Amplification

Research shows prolonged, untreated hearing loss can have a negative impact in our health. Hearing loss is linked to social isolation, depression, increased fall risks and a quicker rate of cognitive decline, specially those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. 

The good news is, evidence supports amplification can reduce the signs of aging and cognitive decline by 30-40%. There are many benefits to amplification. Our brains work better when listening effort is reduced, but still stimulated. Appropriate treatment reduces listening fatigue and lessens cognitive load by helping the brain to understand and process speech. Hearing aid features such as noise reduction, directional microphones and Bluetooth/wireless connectivity are a few features that allow for patients to gain the most benefits from their device. 

Better hearing improves overall quality of life. Amplification reduces communication difficulties, improves social participation and keeps the brain stimulated which can slow the progression of cognitive decline.

Hearing loss accelerates brain function decline in older adults – 01/23/2013. Johns Hopkins Medicine, based in Baltimore, Maryland. (n.d.). Retrieved October 14, 2022 from

Hearing loss and cognitive decline: Is there a connection? Oticon. (n.d.). Retrieved October 13, 2022,

Are OTC hearing aids right for me?

Over the Counter (OTC) hearing aids are approved for adults 18 yrs and older. OTC hearing aids are a least costly alternative to prescription hearing aids, but without the same level of care and expertise. OTC were designed for those with suspected mild to moderate hearing loss. Frequently asking others to repeat themselves, speech sounding muffled, increasing the volume on the television/ cell phone, or fatigue and difficulty listening in a group setting without a visual could all be signs of a mild hearing loss. 

Those who are less than an ideal candidate for OTC hearing aids have difficulty hearing loud sounds and understanding conversation (particularly in noise), social isolation and tinnitus. These are signs of a more significant hearing loss and may require further audiological evaluation. Anyone who has ear pain, ear drainage, sudden hearing loss, or hearing loss that has worsened over time should consult with a medical doctor and are not considered to be a good candidate for OTC hearing aids.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Over-the-counter hearing aids. National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Retrieved October 14, 2022, from