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Hearing loss affects the little, precious things in life. You never realize how truly important small sounds are until they are lost and you’re left with uncomfortable silence. At A. Bel Audiology Associates and Musician’s Hearing Center, we want to bring back those moments you experienced before hearing loss.
We offer comprehensive audiological treatment and care for you and your loved ones. We’re prepared to help you hear it all.
A Wide Array of Services
Our services cover a broad scope of hearing conditions and needs. In addition to hearing aids, we also provide balance testing, tinnitus treatment, custom hearing protection, and much more.
We don’t have a blanket cure for hearing loss, nor do we try to sell hearing aids to all of our patients. Our approach is to learn about you and your condition before making any recommendations or moving forward with treatment. You’re a unique individual, so you should receive individualized care.
If you can’t make it in during office hours, we can work with you to schedule special weekend and evening appointments. We also make home visits for a small additional fee. If you decide to purchase hearing aids after your home visit, we will apply every bit of that fee to the cost of your new hearing aids.
We strive to make each and every one of our patients with hearing loss have a success story. Whether you’ve been experiencing hearing loss for years or just recently developing it, we’re committed to helping you hear it all.
At A. Bel Audiology Associates, we’re all ears. Contact us today to make an appointment for better hearing.
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