At Wallace Center for Hearing, we work to provide you with all the services you may need for comprehensive and holistic hearing healthcare. We strive to be your lifelong partner in your journey to better hearing and improved quality of life. 

If you have a hearing healthcare need that you do not see listed here, please feel free to reach out to our friendly team.

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Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation

At Wallace Center for Hearing, our first step of care is a comprehensive hearing evaluation.  We do not just conduct simple hearing tests.  We provide diagnostic audiological evaluations to assess the complete auditory system.   Audiological evaluations are available for infants, children, teens, and adults.  These evaluations provide us with information regarding the function of the outer, middle, and inner ear systems.  Hearing acuity is measured and the status of the outer, middle, and inner ears is obtained.  At Wallace Center for Hearing, we use state-of-the-art technology to provide our patients with the most accurate results from their evaluation.  Anyone experiencing difficulty hearing, ear discomfort, ear pressure or fullness, tinnitus, or dizziness should pursue an audiological evaluation.  

Hearing assessments are completely painless, and take about 30  minutes. For most of the process, you wear headphones in a soundproof room and will simply be asked to follow simple directions. Beth Wallace will be able to review your results immediately after the assessment concludes and provide you with the proper recommendations.

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Hearing Aid Evaluation

After your audiological evaluation is complete a hearing aid evaluation will be conducted if a hearing loss is identified and deemed treatable with amplification. During the hearing aid evaluation, Beth Wallace will assess your hearing loss and hearing necessities and make appropriate hearing aid recommendations based on your individual needs. The recommended hearing aids will be demonstrated to you in the office and the various features, technology levels, and costs will be discussed in detail. This will allow you to make an informed decision that you are confident and comfortable with.
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Hearing Aid Fitting

Our comprehensive fittings ensure that your hearing aids provide you with the appropriate amplification and features to allow you to hear your best in all environments.  The hearing instruments are specifically programmed for your unique hearing loss and hearing needs.  Hearing aid testing is completed utilizing real ear measures to verify appropriate programming and appropriate physical fit.  Real ear measures assess the output of the hearing aids while the instruments are placed in your ear canal.  This assures that your hearing prescription is being met and that your hearing loss is being adequately compensated for providing maximum audibility.  

We will instruct you on how to use your hearing aids, care for them, and maintain them. You'll learn how to place them in your ear, operate them, and activate any special programs or apps. We want you to be 100% confident in your investment. 

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Hearing Aid Follow-Up

After the initial fitting of your hearing aids, we continue to provide you with the care, programming, and hearing aid maintenance needed. We recommended and encourage these follow-ups to assure continued success with your hearing aids. We are here for you every step of the way and will provide you with lifelong care.
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Hearing Aid Repair

For how tiny they are and how much technology they house, the hearing aids of today are quite robust and durable. Although this is true, hearing aids do sometimes require maintenance and repair. At Wallace Center for Hearing, we are happy to complete many hearing aid repairs in-house. If we come across a repair we cannot fix, we will work with the hearing aid manufacturer to get the aid sent in for repair or replacement.
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Custom Hearing Protection

Noise-induced hearing loss is the most common source of preventable hearing loss worldwide. One way that noise can seriously damage your hearing is by a single exposure to a high noise level, like fireworks that go off near you. More likely, hearing loss occurs gradually over time based on a long-term, high level of exposure.

We are proud of the unique hearing protection we have. We sell custom-fit earplugs that can be tailored to the precise shape of your ear. Unlike conventional earplugs that tend to slip out of place, our custom-molded earplugs offer a comfortable, stable fit to guarantee appropriate attenuation of damaging sounds.  They offer the best protection against recreational and occupational noise. 

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Cerumen Removal

Earwax, also called cerumen, is made by the body to protect the ears. Cerumen lubricates the ear canal and also traps any dirt or debris and pushes it out of the ear canal. Normally you needn’t remove earwax from your ear canals. Cerumen should be present in the ear canals. The ears naturally rid themselves of it. Sometimes cerumen can become compacted in the ear canals resulting in discomfort and/or hearing loss. Sometimes cerumen interferes with the function of a hearing aid or disrupts our ability to appropriately treat your hearing loss. When this occurs medical management of the cerumen is warranted. Medical management of cerumen at Wallace Center for Hearing includes the use of wax softening agents, mechanical removal, suction, and/or irrigation.
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Assistive Listening Devices

Hearing aid technology is excellent for those with hearing difficulties. However, if you have special requirements that your hearing aids do not meet, assistive listening devices (ALDs) may be the solution.

Assistive listening devices can help supplement the listening experience of people with hearing loss. ALDs operate by aggressively separating the auditory focus (phone, television, speech) from background noise. This helps a person understand certain sounds more clearly, especially in challenging listening situations.

Some ALDs are used in tandem with hearing aids, while others are used as stand-alone instruments. ALDs are useful in various contexts, mainly for situations involving large spaces, poor acoustics, and noisy environments. Contact us to learn more about our offerings.

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