Hearing Care Services
People who have trouble hearing in daily life need answers to some basic questions: Do I need a hearing aid? Will my hearing improve? What caused my hearing loss? The first step is to consult with a hearing instrument specialist about hearing loss. They are experienced in common auditory problems and can ask the right questions, as well as answer yours.
Free Hearing Services
A hearing aid consultation can also point you in the right direction, which could be to a physician for a physical check of your ears, nose and throat. The first step toward better hearing is usually booking a hearing test.
(*FREE*) Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations
Many of your questions will be answered when you visit Integrity Hearing Aid Solutions, Inc. for a basic hearing test. This is the first step toward better hearing and understanding your specific needs. An assessment of your individual hearing capabilities will show the frequencies and volume of sounds you hear – and those you don’t.
Hearing instrument specialists evaluate your ability to hear using a computer recording of your responses to sound. The next steps depend on the results of this quick and easy test.
(*FREE*) Listening demonstration Hearing aids and Assistive Listening devices (ALDs)
There are many devices available to help people hear better. The choice depends on each individual hearing scenario; every person’s hearing is unique and every medical problem must be approached from this perspective. Hearing is no different.
Assistive listening devices are used with or without hearing aids, which are physically inside your ears. Assistive devices amplify sound and assist in screening unwanted sound like background noise. We offer a complete line of hearing aid demonstrators and assistive devices that you can try for free.
(*FREE with purchase of hearing aids*) Fitting – wireless computer adjusting Hearing aid settings using the latest digital technology
Today’s hearing aids have advanced technology and features. We fit and tune hearing aids to your unique needs. Hearing aids are adjusted using computers and wireless technology to ensure the best hearing assistance in every listening environment.
Fitting a hearing aid includes comfort adjustment and training in the use and care of the device. After you use the hearing aids for a few days, we can adjust again according to the results you experience.
(*FREE*) Follow-up Care
The hearing instrument specialists at Integrity Hearing Aid Solutions want your buying experience to be the best possible value-added purchase you can make. We offer free follow-up adjustments, free periodic maintenance and more fine-tuning.
(*FREE customer in warranty*) Hearing Aid Repairs on all makes and models
Sometimes, a hearing aid can fail or break. They are fine instruments with a lot of technology in a tiny package. We offer repairs in the office or we can send the hearing device to an authorized repair center. Small wires can break in these devices, but more often we find cleaning and adjustment fixes the problem. Please call with any repair questions and refrain from trying to repair a hearing aid yourself.
(*FREE*) Hearing Aid Evaluation and Selection
Our professional staff is thoroughly trained to help you select the best hearing aid for your needs. These devices come in many styles, sizes and power settings. Evaluation for hearing aids includes descriptions and explanations of the various sizes. We offer trial devices that can be worn in the office as a starting point for your selection.
(*FREE*) Hearing Test & Audiometry
An initial hearing test determines your blueprint, or audiogram, for selecting the right hearing product. After purchase, a regular hearing test is recommended to check for changes in your hearing. The audiogram is used to prescribe devices and procedures for each individual.
(*FREE to our hearing aid customers*) In Office Services
We will teach you to clean your hearing aid but periodically you may need us to clean them also. This free service for purchasers continues for the life of your device. All our hearing aids come with warranties, cleanings and check-ups included.
(*FREE*) Otoscopic Inspection of Ear Canal
The inspection is a procedure to physically check your ear canals and middle ear for abnormalities, injuries and earwax. This also checks for visible infections in the ears.
(*FREE*) Tinnitus Evaluation and Management
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a widespread problem affecting about one in five people. It is usually accompanied by hearing loss. This buzzing or ringing is rated from mild to profound, like hearing loss, and while there is no cure tinnitus can be treated in various ways. We can help make your daily life easier with tinnitus treatment. See more on our tinnitus treatment page here.
(*FREE*) Technology Updates on New Products
We want to keep all our patients up to date on new products and services. We offer software updates on your hearing aids when you come in for routine appointments or have questions at the office.
(*FREE*) Trade-in appraisal
If you need new hearing aids our staff can offer an appraisal for your old appliances. Whether you bought them from us or not, we can offer customers an appraisal at any time.
Integrity Hearing Aid Solutions has a complete line of batteries on hand for your convenience. Check your batteries by cupping your and over the device. It should squeal, notifying you that the batteries are good. We supply these batteries: sizes 10, 312, 13 and 675.
- Size 10 (yellow)
- Size 312 (brown)
- Size 13 (orange)
- Size 675 (blue)
Evaluation and Fitting for Musician's Ear Plugs
Musicians practice and perform in a variety of different settings. They are exposed to high levels of sound, sometimes for long periods, which may put them at risk for permanent hearing damage. Musician’s ear plugs are custom-made devices that help to limit the sound exposure from instruments, while still providing a rich musical experience for the performer or audience.
Getting Hearing Aids
Choosing to use hearing aids is a big decision and cause anxiety for a lot of patients. We try to make the process as easy as possible while making sure all your questions are answered and your needs met:
- Which ear has hearing loss?
- Do you want to adjust hearing aids or have as self-adjusting as possible?
- Which hearing aid best suits your needs?
- We offer a two-year loss and damage insurance on all hearing aids
- Find out about specific hearing aid products here.
Hearing Aid Dispensing & Fitting
When you receive your hearing aids for the first time, they will be adjusted and programmed for your particular needs. Further adjustments may need to be made to ensure you get the most out of your new devices, but our hearing instrument specialists will be with you every step of the way.