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Hearing Aids

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Professional Hearing Center

Audiologists and Hearing & Balance Experts located throughout the Kansas City Metropolitan Area

When you need new hearing aids or you need to change to more effective hearing technology, you can rely on the team at Professional Hearing Center, throughout the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. Our team has years of experience in the field of audiology and is committed to staying up-to-date on all the latest technology. We can help guide you to the ideal hearing aids or hearing technology to help restore your hearing. To schedule an appointment, call the office nearest you or request an appointment online today.

Hearing Aids

Do I need hearing aids?

The best way to find out is to schedule an audiology consultation at Professional Hearing Center. Your audiologist performs a comprehensive evaluation to determine whether you're suffering from hearing loss and if you need hearing aids.

Although it's very important to get a professional evaluation from an audiologist, that's not the only thing that determines whether hearing aids are the right choice for you.

Your personal preferences, overall health, and other factors unique to you play a significant role. Your provider can help you make the ideal choice for your life.

If you already have hearing aids but want to try a different type, your audiologist can help you assess your options.

What are my different options in hearing aids?

Professional Hearing Center offers a variety of hearing aids so each patient can get the most successful treatment possible. Their audiologists stay up-to-date with technological advances in the world of hearing aids and offer options from the leading hearing aid manufacturers, including:

  • Phonak
  • ReSound
  • Unitron
  • Oticon
  • Widex
  • Starkey

You can get a hearing aid that goes behind your ear or one that fits entirely inside your ear canal, depending on your needs and goals. 

Digital hearing aids, Bluetooth® hearing aids, and programmable hearing aids are available to make it easier than ever to customize fit and function via a computer program.

With digital hearing aid advances today, your audiologist can even modify your hearing aid if your hearing changes in the future.

How long will it take to get used to wearing hearing aids?

With your new hearing aids, you experience changes, like noticing that your voice sounds louder and you will be able to perceive more of your surroundings than before. 

You're now hearing everything at its true volume, and this does require around 2-3 weeks of adjustment for most patients. You might visit Professional Hearing Center for follow-ups a couple of times over this period, so your provider can make any necessary adjustments.

Your audiologist gives you a schedule for wearing your new hearing aids. As long as you stick to the plan, your adjustment will be as smooth as possible.

To get the most advanced hearing aids from an expert audiologist, call Professional Hearing Center, or book online today.