GoToHearing is your one-stop shop for all of your hearing care needs. We offer the most innovative technology for all of our hearing aids so that you can enjoy a better quality of life.
Our friendly staff can assist you with caring for your new hearing aids to ensure that they stay in tip-top shape. Apart from our hearing care devices, we also offer a variety of other hearing services that will keep your ears healthy.
- Hearing Aid Cleaning and Adjustments
- Battery Replacements
- Hearing Aid Repairs
- Ear Wax Removal
- Otoacoustic Emissions
- Video Otoscopy
- Balance Assessments
- Tinnitus Management
Over time, you may notice that your hearing aids will need to be adjusted to better assist you with your hearing needs. With a visit to our hearing care center, our friendly and knowledgeable hearing care specialists will be more than capable of making the necessary adjustments to get your hearing aids back to assisting you. In addition, we provide a thorough cleaning service to ensure the longevity of your device.
If your hearing aid is constantly dying, it may be time for a battery replacement. Replacing these batteries can be a bit difficult as they tend to be very small.
By stopping by one of our hearing care centers, our helpful staff can replace your existing batteries with new ones.
Unfortunately, sometimes you may experience a malfunction with your hearing aids. Our hearing care staff members have extensive hearing aid repair services that will get your device back up and running.
We know just how important your hearing aids are to your quality of life, which is why our experienced team will work quickly to get you your hearing aids back.
While ear wax is necessary for our ear health, it can also lead to serious health problems when there is an excess amount of ear wax. Fortunately, our hearing care specialists offer ear wax removal. This way, you can get rid of that excess ear wax that is causing you discomfort.
If one of our highly experienced technicians suspect that you have a middle ear disorder, they may perform tympanometry. This is a test that is utilized to detect disorders of the middle ear.
Some of the most common disorders this test can diagnose are excess fluid in the ear, perforated eardrums, tumors, and scarring of the tympanic membrane.
Known more informally as an OAE test, this assessment works to test parts of the inner ear's reaction to sound. It's performed mainly on children and infants that are unable to undergo regular behavioral hearing tests.
When you're having a problem with your ear, a hearing specialist may need to see inside of your ear. To help ensure that they can see deep into the ear, they will use a video otoscopy. This is a small device that has a video camera and light. It's inserted into the ear and gives the hearing specialist an up-close view of the inner ear.
You may not realize that your hearing is linked to your body's ability to balance properly. With a balance test, our hearing specialists can assess the state of your inner ear and various parts of the brain that are involved with your overall balance. This will assist them in diagnosing problems like vertigo and dizziness.
Tinnitus can be an irritating condition. Understanding how to manage the ringing sound in your ear can make a world of difference in your quality of life. Let our hearing care specialists create a customized tinnitus management plan for your today.