Discover the best solution for your
hearing loss in the Upper Cumberland
Can you no longer follow a conversation easily? Do you find yourself constantly turning up the volume on your television or phone? Do you hear constant ringing in the presence of silence? You are not alone.
It is estimated that about 36 million people in the United States have some degree of hearing impairment. Currently one out of five teenagers has a hearing loss, and by age 55, nearly one in three will have hearing loss.
At The Hearing Aid Center at Upper Cumberland Ear, Nose & Throat, we want you to stay connected to the world around you. We are committed to staying on the leading edge of new hearing technology for patients of all ages.
The hearing specialists at The Hearing Aid Center utilize their extensive training and experience, the most advanced diagnostic equipment and the latest proven hearing aid technology to ensure you receive the solution that best meets your requirements.
Services performed at The Hearing Aid Center
- Hearing tests
- Balance testing (electronystagmography-eng)
- Tinnitus treatment
- Hearing aid checks and servicing
- Hearing screening for infants
- Audiometric testing for industrial hearing conservation programs
A full scope of hearing solutions designed for your specific needs
- Hearing systems come in a wide range of styles and sizes with different features and functions to address your hearing needs and budget. The newest digital systems allow you to program your hearing aids so you can hear better in crowds, hear the voice on the other side of your phone or reduce noise from wind or sudden loud sounds. We have developed relationships with the most respected and nationally recognized hearing aid manufacturers so that we can provide you with a full range of types and models—all at competitive prices.
- Surgery & Implants When you are profoundly hearing impaired or deaf and hearing aids won’t work, we may recommend surgically inserting a device into the ear to improve your hearing, facilitate lip-reading, and make it easier to distinguish certain sounds. A few examples of surgical implants include:
- Cochlear Implants
- Middle Ear Implants
- Bone-Anchored Hearing Systems
- Auditory Brainstem Implants
- Assistive Listening Devices We offer specialized technologies to help people with all degrees of hearing loss. These devices can facilitate improved face-to-face communication, reception of electronic media, telephone reception, and reception of important warning sounds and situations.