Hearing Aids & Loops 

Hearing Aids Available in Houston & Pearland, TX

At The Center for Audiology, our hearing specialist will meet with you one-on-one during your initial consultation to get a better idea of your medical history, concerns and personal needs. Your hearing health is important to us and we want to make sure we can provide you with the most help and support possible. Our hearing specialists at The Center for Audiology take pride in performing their job in the most professional way possible. Customers want someone that they can trust. You don’t have to feel hesitant about trusting our hearing specialists. We are trained to provide you with the most knowledge and professionalism we can give to you at all times. For more information on the services we provide and what our hearing specialists have to offer, give us a call today. We proudly serve the greater Houston and Pearland, TX areas.  

Signs Of Needing A Hearing Specialist

• You have trouble hearing in background noise
• You have trouble following conversation when people are talking at the same time.
• People complain that the television is too loud.
• You have trouble distinguishing words in conversation

Types of Hearing Aids 

Once we are able to establish the type and degree of hearing loss you suffer, we’ll give you a precise diagnosis. Next, we will prescribe the proper type of hearing aid that will treat your issues. Rest assured that all of our hearing aids are digital and programmed to meet your personal needs. They also offer optional features including directional microphones, multiple listening programs, and Bluetooth compatibility. 
We offer a variety of hearing aid styles including the following:
  • Behind-The-Ear (BTE)
  • Invisible-In-The-Ear (IIE)
  • In-The-Ear (ITE)
  • In-The-Canal (ITC)
  • Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC)
  • Receiver-In-The-Ear (RITE)
  • Lyric extended-wear hearing aids
To schedule your appointment, call (713) 255-0035.
Hearing Specialist Houston, TX

Hearing Specialist Houston, TX

Hearing Loops 

Hearing Loops are significant when it comes to hearing aids. 

Much like Wi-Fi technology, hearing loops wirelessly connect an individual to a public television, even when they’re in a theater, place of worship or banquet facility. Hearing loops were created because hearing aids can’t separate sounds from background noise; the loop was developed to wirelessly transmit sound to an antenna, or telecoil. The telecoil allows the user to eliminate any background noise. 
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