Hearing Care Services

At Hearing Well Matters!, we have years of experience when it comes to caring for your hearing health and technology and we apply this knowledge to each step of your treatment. Whether it’s hearing testing or selecting hearing aids, we provide you with the services you need to hear your best. 

  • Earwax and its Removal

    Earwax, also known as cerumen, is naturally produced by glands in the ears to lubricate the ear canals, to keep dust and debris from getting too far down into the ear canal and to protect the eardrum from infection. Cerumen typically clears itself from the ears (flowing from the eardrum out), but in some instances […]

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  • Hearing Aid Batteries

    Today’s modern hearing aids use two different types of battery systems for electrical power: 1) Zinc-oxygen batteries 2) Rechargeable battery systems. Models built before 2016 utilize small metallic non-rechargeable zinc-oxygen batteries that fit into the hearing aids, typically into a flip-up battery compartment. These batteries come in four different sizes based on their power capacities […]

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  • Hearing Tests and Hearing Aid Services

    Hearing health has a profound impact on our lives – particularly if you have noticed you can’t hear quite as well as you used to. If you are experiencing any hearing loss or other changes in your hearing health, contact the hearing instrument specialists at Hearing Well Matters! for fast, non-invasive auditory tests that will […]

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  • Remote Hearing Care

    Whether you are unable to leave your home or simply cannot reach our physical office, our practice is now offering telehealth services for hearing loss and hearing aids. You may already be familiar with telehealth as primary care physicians have been utilizing this form of medicine for more than a decade, but hearing health professionals […]

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  • Tinnitus Treatment Options

    We examine and treat tinnitus using only the latest technology and methods. This could include sound machines, tinnitus retraining therapy or hearing aids.

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