Expert hearing services in West Boylston, MA.
Hearing Healthcare Services
At Hearing Your Way, we provide a wide range of comprehensive services to help you hear better. Whether you are looking for treatment for hearing loss, you struggle with tinnitus, or you have another hearing disorder that is affecting your quality of life, we can help you.
Hearing Tests in West Boylston, MA
A hearing test is the first step to experiencing better hearing. We offer complimentary hearing tests free of charge, so you can confirm if you have hearing loss without worrying about costs. The hearing test is easy and painless. The purpose of the hearing test is to identify your exact degree of hearing loss by assessing how well you can hear various tones and pitches at varying volume levels.
Cerumen (earwax) can build-up inside your ears causing discomfort and muffled hearing. If you are a current hearing aid wearer, sometimes your devices can push the earwax further into the ear canal, causing clogged ears. During your ear exam we can identify any impacted earwax and safely remove it in our office.
Hearing Aid Evaluations
We offer the industry’s leading hearing aids for sale. No matter what your budget is, we will find a hearing solution that works for you. Based on the results of your hearing test, we will go over options we believe will best help you hear better in your environments. From Bluetooth hearing aids to rechargeable options, we carry devices for everyone.
Hearing Aid Cleaning and Maintenance
To keep your hearing aids performing their best, it’s important to bring them in on a regular basis for deep cleaning and maintenance. We can give your hearing aids a thorough cleaning and make sure you’re comfortable with day-to-day maintenance.
Hearing Aid Repairs
If your hearing aids are not working right, we can make some repairs in office. If we are unable to complete the repairs, we can send them to the manufacturer. If your hearing aids are giving weak sound, no sound, feedback (whistling), or there is another issue, please contact us.
Tinnitus, commonly known as “ringing in the ears,” affects millions of Americans. If you experience a ringing, buzzing, humming, whooshing, or whistling sound in your ears when no external noise is present, then you may have tinnitus. Tinnitus can range from mildly annoying to debilitating and can last anywhere from a few seconds to days at a time.
If you are bothered by annoying tinnitus, we offer a solution. Hearing aids with a tinnitus masking feature can help distract your brain from tinnitus; we carry these types of hearing aids at our office. If you are ready to stop ringing in your ears, contact us today.
Receive the care you need from the comfort of your own home! We are now offering remote care to our patients. If you are experiencing a problem with your hearing aids, you need an adjustment to the programming, or you would like to talk through an issue, we can help you remotely. We offer remote care on select hearing aids. Contact us today to schedule your remote appointment.
Loud noise exposure is one of the most common causes of hearing loss in people of all ages. If you are regularly exposed to loud sounds, anything exceeding 85 decibels, then it is important to protect your hearing. At Hearing Your Way, we can create custom earplugs and earmolds for ultimate hearing protection. Whether you enjoy listening to live music, you are in a band, you enjoy motorsports, or you work with power tools, custom hearing protection is a must for you.
At Hearing Your Way, we don’t just sell hearing aids. We provide ongoing care and support to our patients to help them successfully manage their hearing loss. Hearing aids require regular care to keep them working their best. We’ll show you how to properly clean and care for your devices so you can get the most out of them.
To get the most out of your hearing aids, we recommend patients come visit us on a regular basis for follow-up care and ongoing support.
- When you first receive your hearing aids, we’ll bring you in after one week and again in two weeks to check the fit of the hearing aids and make any adjustments if necessary.
- We like to see patients every six months for a thorough cleaning. This lets us catch any problems with your hearing aids before they cause difficulties for you.
- We recommend having your hearing checked once a year in case your hearing loss changes and you need a new prescription.
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