Listening Comes First

Audiology and Hearing Aid Services

Evolution Hearing has multiple solutions to improve the auditory experience. Being unable to hear correctly affects normal activities, including professional tasks. That is why there are several services to help diagnose and treat hearing conditions. With the care of an audiologist, patients can live a normal and healthy life.

Complimentary Hearing Evaluation

  • State-of-the art testing equipment and hearing aids.
  • Reasonable, all-inclusive pricing, which includes the batteries needed for your hearing aid(s) as long as you have them, as well as wax traps, domes and any items needed for maintenance.
  • Exact fittings and programming of your hearing aid(s). Even the most advanced hearing instruments won’t work well if they aren’t fitted properly. At Evolution Hearing, we employ the latest fitting methods to ensure that you hear with clarity, even in the most challenging listening situations.
  • A 90 day trial period to ensure your complete satisfaction with the new devices. It doesn't happen often, but we don't want you to keep them if you're not completely satisfied.
  • Complimentary cleaning of your instruments every 6 months, or sooner if needed.
  • Walk-in hours for our existing patients, Monday-Friday, 1 p.m.-2 p.m. No appointment necessary!
  • On-site service and repair. Our professional staff is capable of repairing the most common issues, if necessary.

Evolution Hearing is passionate about improving your hearing and quality of life. For additional information or to schedule your appointment, contact us today!

Diagnostic Audiologic Evaluations

A diagnostic audiologic evaluation takes advantage of many different tests. Hearing loss is either ruled out or further examined based on the results. This may be the first step for individuals that fail an initial hearing screening. Common tests used during an evaluation are pure-tone air and bone conduction, speech testing and tympanometry.

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Earwax Removal

Earwax is a natural filter created by the body to protect the ears. Over time, excess wax falls out on its own to make way for new wax. When this process doesn’t occur, blockage becomes a problem. Earwax removal methods vary, but none are considered invasive.

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Custom Earmolds and Earplugs

Customized variants are better fitting than their generic counterparts. They are made using the contours and shapes of each individual ear rather than relying on an all in one fit. Custom earmolds and earplugs are helpful for wearers that prefer daily comfort.

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Evaluation for Hearing Aids

Hearing aid evaluations don’t always end with a patient getting two devices. Sometimes only one is required to improve hearing. The evaluation will go over the features and benefits of owning a hearing aid. There are many styles and sizes to choose from, so a final decision should never be rushed.

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Hearing Aid Dispensing and Fitting

The dispensing and fitting appointment is a memorable occasion for new hearing aid wearers. It is when the devices chosen from the evaluation become officially personalized. Bringing a loved one or family member to the meeting is recommended. There will be a lot of new information to take on that may overwhelm new users.

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Hearing Aid Repair & Maintenance

Normal care and maintenance will take care of the most common hearing device issues. When repairs are required beyond the norm, in-office care can handle most complications. Any repairs deemed serious are sent off to the manufacturer for an official repair. Loaner hearing devices can fill in the gap until the originals are returned.

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Live Speech Mapping

Live speech mapping uses professional hardware to visualize what the patient is hearing. This is an important step to program hearing devices accurately. When done correctly, it further enhances the initial programming from the manufacturer.

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Musician's Earplugs and Monitors

Musicians have to walk the fine line of protecting their hearing without muting important sounds. Earplugs for musicians normalizes the highs and lows without filtering out important notes. And for live performances, in-ear monitors are the go-to tool for professionals that want to protect their hearing.

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Tinnitus Treatment Options

There are many ways to deal with the life-changing symptoms of tinnitus. Some hearing devices come with built-in hardware and software combinations to fight the condition. Alternatively, tinnitus retraining therapy is well received by multiple disciplines and is considered a great hands-on approach. Combined with sound masking or behavioral therapy, it is a combo that gets positive results.

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