Hearing connects us to the world around us. The quality and success of our relationships are determined by our ability to communicate with the people in our lives. Let’s get you back to the conversation and to your best hearing.
Join us in our conference room the first Thursday of every month for an informal, educational presentation related to your hearing health. Topics range from “How Loud is Too Loud” to “Hearing Loss, Diabetes and Dementia”. Interested? Grab a friend and join us. Topics are available on
Can surgery correct hearing loss? Nearly 48 million Americans have some type of hearing loss that affects their ability to communicate effectively. If you have hearing loss, you might wonder if there are surgeries that can restore your hearing. The answer is dependent on the cause and/or
Smokers may be more likely to develop hearing loss than nonsmokers, and the risk increases with each additional cigarette people smoke on a typical day, a Japanese study suggests. Researchers examined data on almost 50,000 Japanese workers, ages 20 to 64, who didn’t have hearing loss.